DACA

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Already have DACA?

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is NOW accepting renewals for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

Renewal materials can be found on the USCIS: DACA Renewal Process page resource.


DACA FAQs

For commonly asked questions about the old and new deferred action process, bookmark and refer to Immigrant Law Group’s all-in-one Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals application resource.

Additionally, another good place to start is the USCIS: Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Before Applying

NOTICE: Expanded DACA will NOT begin as previously scheduled. Secretary Johnson Announces Process for DACA Renewal.

BE AWARE: Original DACA continues and those who are eligible to file under the original 2012 guidelines may still file initial and renewal applications.

More information on expanded DACA can be found on the USCIS website.


We’re here for you.

Educate yourself about your situation! Even if you think you don’t qualify to apply, a confidential, short consultation with our experienced, approachable attorneys can be an important step towards empowering and protecting your family.

Know who to seek help from. Visit USCIS for guidance choosing the right assistance.

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