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How to Apply for Deferred Action or Suspension of Deportation for Dreamers

The form to be filled is the I-821 D. The place where you have to send the documents depends on the state of residence of the applicant.

It may begin the process to apply for deferred action from August 15, 2012:

The form to be filled is the I-821 D. The place where you have to send the documents depends on the state of residence of the applicant.

If you are also applying for a work permit, the forms must be filled I-765 and I-765 Worksheet, the latter to prove that you have financial need.

You need two passport photos. It is very important to follow the directions of the USCIS and write the name on the back of the photo. Then place the two pictures in a small clear plastic bag and staple the bag to the Form I-765 (no photos, but the bag).

The procedures must be made before the USCIS or ICE before, depending on the situation of the applicant.

People today are detenidadas by ICE will process your case with that agency. They can learn by phone at 1-888-351-4024. Or you can contact the public defender by email at the following address: EROpublicadvocate@ice.dhs.gov. You can also contact an officer of the facility in which you are arrested or detained.

All other immigrants, including those who have never had any relationship with the immigration authorities and also those with a final judgment of deportation or voluntary departure order handled your case with USCIS. And can inquire at 1-800-375-5283.

As of August 15, 2012 will be available the forms to apply. The fee payable is $ 465, including the work permit application. In very special items will not pay: where the applicant is a minor and is in foster care or homeless, or when the applicant has medical debt accumulated in the past year by an amount greater than $ 25,000 for themselves or their immediate family or When you have a chronic illness or disability. In all cases, the income must be below 150% of poverty threshold.

Where to submit documentation

All boys who wish to apply and are not currently detained by immigration authorities, they must do so by sending all documentation to the appropriate USCIS address, which will be determined by the state in which they reside.

Remember to include all forms, to be filled in black or blue ink and signed and the check payable to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security or money order and all documentation must be attached.

Should be noted that since the application is sent until it resolves granted deferred action the applicant will continue adding days of unlawful presence, unless the applicant is a minor at the time of application. If the request is granted will seize the day count of unlawful presence in the United States.

And while the application is pending, the applicant can not leave the United States. You have to stay in the country.

Again note that although granted deferred action, the beneficiary does not gain legal status. Estatatus still illegal immigrant and, therefore, not eligible for benefits of legal migrants themselves.

What to do if an immigrant is detained or arrested by Immigration

If you believe an immigrant is eligible for this benefit of deferred action is stopped by la migra, the ICE may call 1-888-351-4024.

Tip

No deferred action can solitar boys who have been deported or left the United States voluntarily.

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