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Can I use the same supporting documentation to satisfy more than one guideline outlined by the Deferred Action policy?

Colorado Springs, CO |
Filed under: Deferred action

Or is it one supporting document per outline?

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Sure--though you may want to point out to USCIS the relevance. It may be obvious to you, but not to them...

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No, I think one document could easily used to prove two separate things.

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You can definitely use the same document to prove several of the requirements of DACA.

Best of luck,

Sanjay A. Paul, Esq.
www.dreamlawca.com
(888) 373-2602

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