IMMIGRATioN LAW RESOURCES
Information regarding your immigration case may be found through these links:
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Economy Affecting Immigration Status
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
Please contact our law firm August 15, 2012. We will be ready to help those who are not currently in removal proceedings and want to apply affirmatively.
Deferred Action is a temporary immigration status granted by the USCIS based on a variety of factors to those who typically lack other means of obtaining the right to remain in the United States.
Allows those that are granted it to receive two years of protection against removal or the initiation of removal proceedings and two years of employment authorization.
Status is subject to renewal after two years (including renewal for those who turn 31 while in deferred action status), unless the program is terminated, but it will not lead to a path to permanent residency.
This is a case by case discretionary action and can be terminated at any time. It will require evidence that the applicant meets all qualifications.