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Beginning in September 2014, the initial two-year grants of deferred action for early recipients of DACA from USCIS will expire. Individuals who currently have Deferred Action can now request and receive an extension of their deferred action without experiencing any lapse in their lawful presence or work authorization. If you received DACA from USCIS and would like to renew, contact us today to avoid any interruptions your Deferred Action status.
How Can I Apply?
It is extremely important to have a qualified immigration attorney complete your renewal application packet to ensure approval. Deferred action cases do not have an appeals process. Don’t risk getting your renewal delayed or even denied. Our firm has filed hundreds of Deferred Action cases and has 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.
Mathew HigbeeAttorney at LawMathew Higbee utilizes his unique blend of legal and professional experience to deliver success for his clients. He has handled a wide-range of cases in both criminal and civil courts. He has served as a prosecutor and defense counsel. He is a frequent commentator and guest writer for various media.