DACA – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival

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Those who entered the U.S., as children either without proper immigration documentation or without immigration documents may be able to receive deferred action from deportation through the DACA program. Although the USCIS is no longer taking new DACA applications, those who have been granted DACA status can still renew their status to maintain deferred action under this program.

If you have continuously lived in the U.S. since your last DACA request was approved and you have not been convicted of a misdemeanor, or a felony, may be eligible to renew your DACA application.