I applied for the DACA form on Sept. 2012. I was approved and sent a temporary permit for 2 years staring on Jan. 8 2013. What happens after my two years are up? Could I renew it? Do you just go or call in and ask for an extension on your permit or do you have to resubmit the same evidence plus more to get the permit again?
As of now, the law permits to renew it again for another two years.
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You think renewing already? WOW! You just got it. I think for as long as this Administration is in town, it will continue.
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USCIS has said DACA will be renewable every two years as long as the program continues, but they haven't yet announced any procedures to apply for renewal so we don't know how much it will cost or what kind of evidence will be required.
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