Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a program that allows certain individuals the ability to work, get driver's licenses, and receive a type of 'deferred' immigration status.
DACA is good for two years, and may be renewed for additional time as long as the applicant still qualifies.
While beneficiaries of DACA do not actual receive an immigration status, their priority for removal from the United States becomes deferred.
If you would like to know more about DACA and to see if you are qualified, make an appointment with the Texas Immigration Attorney today!
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