US Immigration Lawyer – Green Card & Gun Possession

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sparandbernstein asked: Top US Immigration Lawyer/Attorney Brad Bernstein gives free advice to callers at the Immigration Link Show on Linkup Radio 93.5 FM. In this episode, a caller is a permanent resident (green card holder) who has four prior convictions: fire arm possession, drug (marijuana) possession, disorderly conduct, and tampering police evidence. Can he renew his green card? Watch this video to the end to hear the answer of the immigration expert. Other Subjects Discussed: gun fire arm weapon possession drugs marijuana felon felony crime criminal deportation arrest jail probation bail conviction marijuana police deportable alien deportation removal permanent resident adjust status Jamaica Caribbean Haiti Creole Reggie Plush Linkup The Immigration Link Radio Show is aired Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-12:30pm EST, on 93.5 FM in New York City and parts of New Jersey. You too can ask a free immigration question from Spar & Bernstein’s attorneys by calling 1-718-324-5465 during the hours of the show. To schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, please call 1-800-LAW-LINK or 1-800-529-5465 (within USA) or 1-212-227-3636 (outside of USA). For more information or to listen to and watch our shows online, please visit Spar & Bernstein’s website at Also please visit our cool blog, Spar & Bernstein’s Law Link Disclaimer This media presentation is an attorney advertisement brought to you by The Law Offices of Spar


  1. dreadly101 says:

    Can i travel to America being charged with 2 counts of drug possesion, and a dui. From Australia will they let me in???


    Everybody says there is this RACE problem. Everybody says this RACE problem will be solved when the third world pours into EVERY white country and ONLY into white countries.

    The Netherlands and Belgium are more crowded than Japan or Taiwan, but nobody says Japan or Taiwan will solve this RACE problem by bringing in millions of third worlders and assimilating with them. Why is it only white countries that MUST be mixed. This is just White genocide.

  3. nanorganic1 says:

    why dont we just do away with the damn border becouse the whole country wants to be american

  4. fuckinghellyoutwat says:

    cool thanks.

  5. zoso82 says:

    Depends on your status upon entry. For instance, green card holders (Legal Permanent Residents) Can do anything a citizen can do except vote in elections, become a postman, or a police officer. I should know. I am a green card holder (Married to an american and living in the US for the past 6 years) Just went into a gun shop for the first time yesterday and was told that I could get a gun only I would have to go through some extra checks.

  6. fuckinghellyoutwat says:

    i’ve looked into it, and admittedly they have some weird fucking laws but compared to British gun law they are a dream, what the Canadians try to stop is people carrying for self defense, against humans that is, but because they still have bears and stuff they can’t stop you carrying altogether, so they make guns a obvious as possible, meaning you can own a 44. magnum with barrel length over 5 inches but you can’t own a Beretta 32., crazy i know but who am i to object, a 44. will do nicely.

  7. home3363308 says:

    Have fun trying to get a gun in canada. They have some of the strictest in the world. They have no gurenteed freedom to own one their.

  8. fuckinghellyoutwat says:

    i have an advantage, i’m british and canada is still part of the commonwealth.

  9. home3363308 says:

    Its hard unless your a citizen of canada to get in the US now. I think it take 5 years to be a citizen there. I would never move to canada.

  10. fuckinghellyoutwat says:

    fair enough, i think i’m gonna think about Canada anyway, just getting permission to enter the u.s is difficult.

  11. home3363308 says:

    As far as I know you have to be a US citizen to own one in the US. Unless your from Canada or Mexico for hunting. I think it up to the states on their restrictions.

  12. fuckinghellyoutwat says:

    i have a question, if i were to move to the united states would i be subject to the regular laws on firearms ownership, or is there any additional legislation in place in regard to immigrants owning firearms?