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Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals

In June 2012, the Obama-led administration established the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, which offers a stay of deportation for people who entered the United States as a child and illegally remained in the United States. This protection can be renewed every two years, protecting DACA recipients from being deported to their country.

We can provide you legal assistance with your initial DACA application or your renewal. So far, they are still acceptable by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. We are always available to process your application.

In September 2017, the Trump administration stopped accepting new applications from individuals to renew their deferred action for childhood arrival status. The Trump-led administration announced that it would only allow the renewal of DACA status from a DACA candidate (also known as Dreamer) whose permit expires before March 5, 2018.


The Trump-led administration then gave Congress six months to enact a legislative rule that provides a citizenship path to a DACA renewal or application.


However, the Trump-led administration could not achieve its goal despite their effort to end the DACA program. On January 9, 2018, a federal court judge placed a temporary block on the bill to stop the DACA program and gave an order to allow the renewal of DACA applications by the administration.


The DACA renewal resumed on January 13, 2018. Candidates must meet certain requirements to be eligible for a DACA status renewal.


On November 14, 2020, a federal court ordered the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to reinstate the DACA policy that was in effect on September 4, 2017. DHS complied with this effective December 7, 2020.


This means that current DACA recipients can continue to submit renewal applications, and new Dreamers can start to apply for DACA again. Our legal service will guide you through the process of renewing and applying for your Dreamer status.