It is possible, in the future, that no new DACA applications will be accepted and processed. If you are looking forward to extending your deferred action or applying for a new one, you need to file Form ID. Introduced in , this is one of the immigration-related forms provided by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Applicants failing to do so will most likely face rejection. You need to file additional documents. If the date is more than days, then you should wait till it falls within that window.
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The choice is yours! DACA provided those who met the requirements protection from deportation and a work permit. The USCIS announced they will no longer be accepting new applications for the program; however, they will still be accepting renewal applications. If your DACA status expires after March 5, , you should consult a knowledgeable immigration attorney for more information regarding your case and what steps you can take. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a new policy enacted on August 15 th , to benefit undocumented youth in the United States.
The policy offers eligible candidates a pardon from deportation and the opportunity to stay for 2 years with a work permit. The bill proposed to provide conditional green cards permanent residency to undocumented youth who met certain necessary requirements such as having a high school education and having come to the United States before the age of President Barack Obama promised complete immigration reform during his second term in office.
As a part of the process, Deferred Action applicants are required to provide documentation as proof of eligibility requirements. These requirements are:. If you meet the eligibility requirements listed under the "Overview" tab, then you may file Form ID for Deferred Action. The form will ask for mostly biographical information such as your date of birth and past addresses. Along with completing the form, you will have to provide documentation that proves you meet the eligibility requirements.
Listed below are all the requirements you must prove with documentation. Below each item there are examples of documents that would fulfill the requirement. These forms will allow you to obtain a work permit authorizing you to legally work in the United States for a period of 2 years subject to renewal.
You do not have to provide USCIS with any fake social security numbers you might have used in the past. According to USCIS, the only social security number you should provide is one that has been officially assigned to you. Unlawful presence refers to the act of residing in the United States unlawfully - without a valid immigrant or nonimmigrant visa. One of the benefits of Deferred Action is that once you are approved for the policy, you will not accrue unlawful presence for the 2 years the policy is valid.
The application process for Deferred Action is estimated to take several months. Each application is considered uniquely which makes the processing time significant. For the purpose of Deferred Action, a misdemeanor is considered a crime for which the maximum incarceration is less than one year.
Insignificant misdemeanors such as traffic violations will not make you ineligible as long as you have 3 or less when applying. A significant misdemeanor is defined as being related to domestic violence, sexual abuse, burglary, drug distribution and the like. Having been convicted of a significant misdemeanor may make you ineligible for Deferred Action.
Overview Process FAQ's. Form ID Information. Deferred Action Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a new policy enacted on August 15 th , to benefit undocumented youth in the United States. These requirements are: You were under the age of 31 as of June 15, ; You were brought to the United States before your 16th birthday; You have continuously resided in the United States since June 15, up to present time; You were physically present in the United States on June 15, , and at the time of filing your application; You are currently in school, have graduated high school, have obtained a GED, or are an honorably discharged veteran of the Coast Guard or Armed Forces of the United States; and You have not been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanor, three or more other misdemeanors, and do not otherwise pose a threat to national security.
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