I have had a clear record all my life until I was caught for the first time stealing a DvD at Wal-mart..my charge was about $14.00 and I was charged with shoplifting misdimeaner 1..I had no ID with me so they couldnt release me. so they had to take me to jail. from jail I was then sent to ICE since I'm indocumented..ICE later the next day let me go because I was a DREAMER that had all the requirements needed to apply for the refferred action obama made..but now I have a criminal record .the judge dismissed the charge , later I paid my $250.00 tikcet..can i apply for differed action?!?!! i'm 19 years old
Yes, you can apply for DACA (not the "DREAM" Act which never passed), if you otherwise meet all its requirements. Consult privately wth an immigration lawyer in your area.
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I agree with my colleague.
Guerra Saenz, PL--Immigration Attorneys (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.
1. Obama's action is a policy and not a law. It is not an Act.
2. Obama's policy does not provide immigration status. It only prevents qualifying individuals from being deported and may provide them with a work permit.
3. There are serious risks in applying as it can be terminated as early as January 2013 if Mr. Romney is elected President.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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