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DACA
(Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)

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For DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) beneficiaries, the road to a secure future in the United States can be challenging. DACA provides vital protections, including deferred action, safeguarding against deportation, and granting work permits. However, to ensure these benefits continue, it's essential for DACA recipients to maintain their status through timely renewals. Here's why renewal matters and how our DACA Renewal Service can assist you.

Why DACA Renewals are Crucial

  • Avoiding Expired Status: DACA beneficiaries must not let their DACA status expire for more than a year. If your DACA status lapses for more than a year, your renewal application will be considered a new application. Currently, USCIS is not processing new DACA applications, making timely renewal critical.

  • Continued Protections: DACA provides temporary but essential protections from deportation, allowing you to live and work in the United States without fear. Renewing your DACA ensures that you maintain these vital safeguards

  • Work Authorization: DACA grants you the right to work legally in the U.S. Renewing your DACA means you can continue to pursue job opportunities, advance your career, and contribute to your community.

Who Are Dreamers?

​Dreamers are undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children. They often have spent the majority of their lives in the U.S. and identify as Americans. While there are an estimated 3.6 million Dreamers in the U.S., only approximately 653,000 currently enjoy DACA protection. This number represents just a fraction of the total Dreamer population, as DACA stopped accepting new applicants. The majority of Dreamers are currently unprotected, highlighting the urgent need for a permanent solution.

The Benefits of DACA Renewal

DACA recipients hail from nearly 150 different birth countries, with around 80% born in Mexico. They reside all over the United States. The average DACA recipient arrived in the U.S. at the age of 7, and many have lived in the country for more than 20 years. Importantly, DACA recipients are parents to over 250,000 U.S. citizen children.

DACA's Uncertain Future

While DACA remains in place, its long-term future is uncertain. The Trump administration attempted to end DACA in 2017, leading to legal battles. In 2020, the Supreme Court allowed DACA to continue but left room for further attempts to terminate it with proper administrative procedures. In 2021, a U.S. District Judge ruled DACA "illegal" but temporarily allowed current recipients to retain their protections. New applicants still face hurdles. The need for a permanent, bipartisan legislative solution to protect Dreamers and provide them with permanent legal status remains pressing.

How Our DACA Renewal Service Can Help

Our DACA Renewal Service is committed to assisting you in maintaining your DACA status and securing your future in the United States. We offer:

  • Application Assistance: We handle your entire DACA renewal process, ensuring all necessary documents are collected and accurately completed.

  • Timely Renewals: We help you meet renewal deadlines, preventing lapses in your DACA status.

  • Legal Expertise: Our experienced team stays updated on immigration laws, ensuring your renewal application adheres to current regulations.

  • Advocacy: We advocate for DACA recipients' rights and support legislative solutions for a permanent resolution.

  • Community: Join our community of DACA recipients to connect, share experiences, and stay informed.

​​At a time of uncertainty, securing your DACA status is essential. We're here to support you in preserving your protections and building a better future for yourself and your community. DACA recipients contribute significantly to the U.S. economy and society, and they deserve a pathway to permanent legal status. Our DACA Renewal Service is your partner in achieving these goals.

DACA renewal! My DACA expires on January 2024. I followed everything provided by this organization. And submitted my renewal online the last week of May I received a letter by mail stating that my application was received and that they would be using my biometrics.

Today September 1 I checked my USCIS portal and saw that my card is being produced. Thank you very much guys. If I would of gone to my lawyer he would of charge me 3k plus the application fee. I really appreciate you guys. And that’s an understatement.

Jaqueline R.

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