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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals issue in North Carolina

Some non-citizens in North Carolina face a variety of legal issues pertaining to their statuses or residency in the United States. Under certain criteria, those who were brought to the United States before the age of 16 might be eligible to qualify for various types of relief offered through a federal program called the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Understanding the rules and regulations can be made easier with the help and guidance of an experienced legal professional. 

DACA has been promoted as a means of providing relief to non-citizens who crossed the borders as children and have grown up and become educated in the United States. Relief through DACA can help an immigrant avoid deportation and protect him or her from discrimination. The Quinn Law Firm is dedicated to and experienced at handling immigration and naturalization issues.

In order to qualify for DACA, a person must have been brought to the United States before reaching the age of 16 and must have arrived on or after June 15, 2007. It is understandable that one attempting to determine if he or she is eligible to receive DACA relief might have questions and need clarification on certain matters. Our lawyers are prepared to answer your questions and help you determine what options might be available to you.

You can contact The Quinn Law Firm to schedule a consultation. We offer our initial meeting without charge to you, which might be of comfort to those for whom finances are limited. We are ready to assist you as you begin the process of filing a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals claim in North Carolina.

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