DACA Applications and Renewal

To qualify for DACA, you need to prove to immigration officials all of the following:

  1. You were born after June 15, 1981 and
  2. You arrived in the United States before you were 16 years old and
  3. You have continuously lived in the United States since June 15, 2007 until the present and
  4. You were physically present in the United States on June 15, 2012 and
  5. You had no lawful immigration status on June 15, 2012 and
  6. You either are in high school, graduated high school, obtained a GED certificate, attend college or community college, or were honorably discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces or the Coast Guard

You also need to prove to immigration officials that you do not have a serious criminal history.

DACA is not a visa and does not grant lawful status, but it does allow you to stay and work in the United States. Courts all over the country are making different decisions on DACA, making it very confusing to apply for or renew your DACA on your own.

Be sure to speak to our immigration attorney to determine if you can apply for DACA for the first time or renew your DACA.

Questions about DACA Applications and Renewal?

Call us today at 402-932-9550 or visit our contact page to schedule a time to come in and talk to one of our attorneys.

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