My son is 15+ and is applying for Deferred Action (DACA). The application is complete and all the supporting documents sorted and attached. My question is, does he have to sign this application or do I have to sign it?
Also, since he is preparing for college and needs save he needs to work. Should he list any expenses on I765 work sheet along with his supporting explanation?
Since he is over 14, he needs to sign the application himself. People have different opinions on how to fill out the I-765 worksheet. Our firm's practice is to estimate the expenses as best as possible -- how much do you spend on food for him? clothing? medical expenses? -- and include a brief explanation that he needs a work permit to save up for college. Good luck!
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