As you already know, the post-Obama administration abruptly terminated DACA on September 5, 2017. Rather than review how the Department of Homeland Security will phase out DACA (a process detailed in their own FAQs), I rather address some of our Dreamers’ concerns as expressed to us during real consultations. Q1: Will USCIS share my information [...]
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If you obtained DACA deferred action with a letter showing participation in a GED preparation course, ensure you obtain the actual GED before attempting to renew your deferred action status. You have no choice. The current DACA FAQs require the completion of the GED before renewing: “If you are currently in an education program that [...]
In this page you'll find all the information we have about the DREAM Act and the deferred action initiative announced by the President Obama administration on June 15, 2012. You may also want to follow in Facebook to stay abreast of all developments you need to know. The link to Facebook is on the sidebar. [...]
Updated August 3, 2012. A surprising number of criminal convictions will keep DREAMers from enjoying the benefits of the recently announced deferred action program. According to the Department of Homeland Security, anyone convicted of a felony offense, a “significant misdemeanor”, or any three or more misdemeanors won’t be protected. Let's look at each category of [...]
Today the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it has exercised its powers of prosecutorial discretion to officially declare as very low priority cases those educated and law abiding undocumented young men and women who have lived most of their lives in the US (commonly known as DREAMers.) Under the program just announced, DREAMers [...]