DACA is alive? USCIS Provides Guidance to All DACA Holders Regarding Renewal Applications

USCIS has posted guidance in regards to the new court decision on DACA. Individuals who have never had DACA are not allowed to submit a DACA request. Any application that is received by a non-DACA holder will not be processed by USCIS. Clients who currently have DACA can choose to renew their application by submitting a Form I-821D, Form I-765, and Form I-765 Worksheet. Along with submitting these forms, the sufficient fees and location drop off directions must be followed correctly. Prior to the ending of DACA, applicants whose DACA expired on or after September 5th, 2016 were able to renew their status. Any applicant who has not already requested a renewal may do so under the current prov

Filing DACA Renewal Applications in the Wake of the January 9, 2018 Federal Court Ruling

On September 5th, 2017 the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was rescinded by the Trump Administration. The University of California challenged this decision and requested that the court reconsider the application of the program. On January 9th, 2018 the court issued DACA to be partially maintained. The regulations of DACA will maintain unchanged prior to the termination of the program. Individuals that have never applied for DACA will be unable to apply under the current provisions. Current DACA holders will be able to renew their DACA at this time. Applications for advance parole do not need to be continued, although the Department of Homeland Security may choose to adjudicate

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