Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Are you a noncitizen living in the United States? Did you come to this country when you were under the age of 16, and you consider the U.S. the only home you have ever known? You may be eligible for immigration relief in the form of deferred action.

In June 2012, the Obama Administration made it possible for noncitizens who grew up in the U.S. to remain in the country for a longer period of time. This administrative action is known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). If you think you may qualify for deferred action, contact our Greensboro law firm at 336-790-4178 or 877-781-8091 to speak to an experienced immigration attorney.

Greensboro Attorney Handling Deferred Action Cases

At The Quinn Law Firm, we stay current on the latest changes in immigration law, which is why we are more than prepared to help you with your deferred action case. There are many benefits to immigrants through DACA relief, such as protection from discrimination and deportation, eligibility for work authorization and an opportunity to renew your status.

There are specific standards that an immigrant must meet in order qualify for deferred action relief. For example, you must have arrived in the U.S. before you turned 16 and you must have continuously lived in the U.S. since June 15, 2007. To be eligible you must also meet an educational component. You must either be in school, have graduated from high school or have received a GED.

There are several other requirements needed to make a DACA claim, all of which require good documentation. We can help you with the deferred action process by ensuring that you have a complete package to present to the USCIS. We understand there is a lot at stake, so we strive to get you the immigration relief you need.

Preserving Your Lifestyle and Livelihood

The Quinn Law Firm can help you preserve the life you have worked so hard to build in the U.S. by exploring all the immigration relief options. Contact our Greensboro lawyer at 336-790-4178 or 877-781-8091 to discuss a possible claim under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. We offer a free initial consultation.