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* Our representation includes the preparation and filing of all documents necessary to obtain your Deferred Action approval and work permit.


On June 15, President Obama announced the implementation of a new temporary form of protection for young immigrants called “Deferred Action.” Under this program, those who meet certain eligibility requirements will be protected from being placed into deportation proceedings. Additionally, those who are granted Deferred Action will also be eligible for work authorization.

How Can I Apply?

It is extremely important to have a qualified immigration attorney complete your application packet to ensure approval. Deferred action cases do not have an appeals process. Don’t risk getting your case delayed or even denied. Our firm has filed hundreds of Deferred Action cases and have already received hundreds of approvals. For most cases, our firm is able to offer money back guarantee in the event your case does not get approved.

Things To Note:

  • The U.S. Immigration system is one of the most complex in the world.
  • Immigration rules can be interpreted differently by the various government bodies.
  • Immigration laws and procedures change constantly.
  • A simple mistake can be costly. Expensive filing fees may be lost, and valuable time will never be regained.
  • The best thing you can do to protect yourself from unforeseen problems is to consult with an immigration attorney before you start your case. Be completely honest, because every detail matters!


Deferred Action status will allow an individual to obtain the following:

  • Work Permit
  • Social Security Card
  • Driver’s License
  • First in line for Residency if immigration reform is passed
  • The peace of mind knowing you will not be detained, placed into immigration proceedings, or be deported


Am I Eligible?

In order to be eligible for deferred action, individuals must:

  • Be at least 15 years of age;
  • Date of Birth must fall after June 15, 1981;
  • Entered the United States at age 15 or younger;
  • Continuously resided in the United States since June 15, 2007;
  • Were present in the U.S. on June 15, 2012 and are currently present in the U.S.
  • At the time the application is submitted, the applicant must currently be in school, have graduated from high school, obtained a general education development certificate, or be an honorably discharged veteran of the Coast Guard or Armed Forces of the United States;
  • Have not been convicted of a felony offense, a significant misdemeanor offense, multiple misdemeanor offenses, or otherwise pose a threat to national security of public safety as an adult.


Our representation includes a complete analysis to verify your eligibility to ensure there are no surprises. It also includes legal representation from start to finish. This includes accurately completing all necessary forms, advising you of all required supporting documents, as well as preparing and attending any required interviews. We have succeeded in hundreds of cases just like yours. You can rest assured your case will be handled promptly and correctly. Deferred Action Cases can take anywhere from 2-8 months for USCIS to issue a decision.

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Our immigration attorneys are some of the best. Not only are we experienced and knowledgeable, we are passionate about protecting the rights of immigrants and their families.

Immigration law is one of the most complex areas of law. Having represent you will ensure that your case is handled correctly. Anyone can fill out forms; very few are able to correctly analyze an immigration case. Mistakes can be very costly – you may lose time, money, and the opportunity to live securely with your family.

Our attorneys are completely dedicated to the field of immigration, and that has enabled us to become experts. In fact, we have a reputation for successfully handling very complex cases. We have been successful in thousands of cases and have earned an "A" with the Better Business Bureau.

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Value. We believe all individuals and companies deserve to receive high-quality representation at an affordable cost. We offer flat-fee pricing with no hidden fees. At Higbee & Associates, you will never be surprised when you see your bill.

Technology. We use the latest legal technologies and resources. We have access to the latest decisions and have connections to industry experts. Furthermore, we have a comprehensive online database where clients can log in to access information on their case detailing every step taken. With Higbee & Associates, you will never be left wondering, “What is my attorney doing?”

Personal Service. We take our clients seriously. We listen to their concerns and advise them accordingly. We answer phone calls and emails promptly. We treat our clients with the highest level of respect and professionalism.

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* Our representation includes the preparation and filing of all documents necessary to obtain your Deferred Action approval and work permit.

Frequently Asked Questions

If my request for Deferred Action is denied, will I be placed into removal proceedings?

Individuals who are denied Deferred Action will only have their case referred to ICE by USCIS if there is a criminal conviction on the individual’s record or if there is a finding of fraud in the request. Anyone with a significant misdemeanor or disqualifying offense should refrain from applying for deferred action since it could lead to potential deportation.

I am in removal (deportation) proceedings. What should I do?

If you are represented by an attorney, contact him/her immediately. If you do not have a lawyer, you should consult with one as soon as possible, especially if you have a hearing prior to September 2012.

What is deferred action?

Deferred action essentially means that the government knows an individual is in the country without permission but will not seek to deport them. It allows the person to apply for a work permit, though this is not automatic. Deferred action is not permanent status and will not lead to a green card or U.S. citizenship by itself.

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