Posts Tagged ‘deferred action’

Deferred Action For Dreamers Moving Forward

USCIS expects to make all forms, instructions, and additional information relevant to the deferred action for childhood arrivals available on August 15, 2012. Upon making the forms available, it will immediately begin accepting requests for deferred action. While CIS has not said a lot about what will be required in terms of forms, it has […]

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More From USCIS On The Dream Act

At a USCIS Stakeholders’ conference today, the agency added some important information to Friday’s Dream Act statement. First, the period to accept requests for deferred action has not yet opened; any requests made prematurely will be denied. CIS will be making decisions about the implementation of the memo over the next 60 days. Second, denial […]

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Dream On!

The Obama administration finally took action on behalf the “dreamers”, individuals who came to the U.S. as children and would have benefit from the failed Dream Act. On June 15 Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security, issued a memorandum regarding the dreamers. The memo describes the dreamers as “young people who were brought to this […]

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