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A Breakdown of DHS’s Deferred Action for DREAMers » Immigration Impact

June 18, 2012 at 3:58 pm
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A Breakdown of DHS’s Deferred Action for DREAMers » Immigration Impact.

 

DO NOT TURN YOUR SELF INTO IMMIGRATION, ICE OR CBP.  Please contact my office or another qualified IMMIGRATION LAWYER to discuss potential eligibility.  Not everyone is going to qualify and not everyone maybe should apply.  A decision to apply needs to be made after the program is clearly proposed and in place and after the potential benefits and risks are explained.

 

There is not anything to apply for yet if you are not already in removal proceedings.  If you are in removal, please contact your lawyer or an immigration lawyer regarding the options for applying.  If you already have a final order please contact your attorney or the hotlines listed at the bottom of the memo in the link to discuss your options.

This is not amnesty nor is is a permanent status. As of now it will not lead to any permanent benefits like residency or citizenship.  Please be wary of people who are not immigration lawyers giving advice on this or advertising that you can apply affirmatively now.  Notarios are not attorneys and should not be relied upon to make important decisions related to whether you or your family qualifies for any immigration benefit.

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