Suprene Court Decision Allows DACA Renewals

President Trump's attempts to terminate President Obama's Executive Order of 2012 allowing "Early Arrivals", entering the US prior to June of 2007 under the age of 16, with no serious criminal convictions to apply for a 2 year Reprieve from Deportation and Work Authorization was rejected by the US Supreme Court.

This decision, upholding DACA could be temporary as Trump attempts to resubmit his opposition to DACA. Now those are DACA recipients are eligible and those who allowed their DACA benefits to expire can now apply again. However, at present those who have never applied will need to wait for new legislation from Congress. in 2021.

The burden to prove continuous presence since 2012 has become more difficult. Our firm is applying for those who have never applied or have let their DACA expire as well as renewing DACA for clients we have represented since 2012 for this important benefit.

Dreamers who arrived in the U.S under the age of 16 and before 2012, who are persons of good moral character and no significant criminal convictions can apply. The filing fee is $495.

For more information contact our attorneys at (775) 826-2099, (702) 836-9003 or (415) 513-4533 or email Immigration - Family Visa link button

Information Regarding DACA's

Deferred Action of Deportation / Removal of H.S. School Students

Upon proof of age, 5 years continuous presence in the U.S. no serious misdemeanors or felonies, High School Status or Graduation, under age 30 as of June 15, 2012, students can apply for work authorization upon proof of economic necessity.

CAUTION DEFERRED ACTION DOES NOT CONFER LAWFUL STATUS IN THE U.S.

A PERSON WHO DOES NOT MEET ALL CRITERIA ABOVE RISKS DENIAL OF WORK AUTHORIZATION AND REFERRAL TO IMMIGRATION COURT FOR REMOVAL FROM THE U.S.

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President Trump attempted to void DACA by executive order which has been appealed in the Courts. So those who presently have DACA can file to extend. However, those who were qualified originally but never filed cannot file at this time.