The Department of Homeland Security has released the instructions and application forms for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It is important for anyone considering applying to understand that a grant of deferred action does not lead to lawful permanent residency status or U.S. Citizenship. Rather, individuals who demonstrate that they meet the criteria will be protected from deportation for the duration of their deferred action status (valid for two year periods) and will be eligible to apply for work authorization if they are able to demonstrate economic necessity.
To access the application forms and complete instructions directly, including FAQs, please visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website at the link below:
As with previous immigration opportunities, there will be many notaries, counselors, and others who will take advantage of vulnerable individuals by collecting significant amounts of money for work they are not qualified to handle. Please be careful.
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