About Deferred Action For ‘Dreamers’
At our Southern California immigration law firm, U.S. Law Center, we practice globally, representing corporations, small businesses, families and individuals in a wide variety of immigration matters. With their extensive knowledge of constantly changing U.S. immigration law and their dedication to clients, our lawyers work to achieve results.
To speak to one of our California lawyers about whether you qualify for deferred action status, please contact us to arrange a free consultation at our Riverside County office.
Understanding The ‘Dreamers Act’ And DACA
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) began consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) immigrants who arrived as children on Aug. 15, 2012.
Deferred action for “dreamers” is a program geared toward young people who have been living in the United States since they were children and who meet certain guidelines. Consideration for this program was originally available to those who were currently in removal proceedings, those who had been issued orders of deportation and those who had never been involved in an immigration matter. As of late 2018, DACA is only available on a renewal basis. As laws and enforcement trends change, it is important to stay in touch with an immigration lawyer if this program may apply to you or a close family member.
Requests for renewal of deferred action status are considered on an individual basis. Applicants must provide biometric information, undergo background checks, complete a specific form and mail the request along with an application for employment authorization and all applicable fees. Our immigration lawyers will advise you on whether you still qualify for DACA and will provide comprehensive help preparing the requested materials to offer you the best chance for approval of your renewal application.
Contact Our Corona Immigration Law Firm
To discuss DACA — sometimes mentioned together with the “Dreamers Act” — and your unique circumstances, please email our firm or call our Corona office at 877-239-1115 to arrange a free consultation with our California attorneys. Evening and weekend appointments are available. Our fees are competitive and we accept credit cards. Se habla español.