Information of organizations that give free consultations for deferred forms and church's that can help on low income applicants.
Check uscis.gov forms, and it's with the I-765.
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The I-765WS and the instruction on where to file are all on the USCIS website.
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The Form I-765WS you can find by clicking the link below. You can check with Cathollic Charities in your area, or the American Immigration Lawyer's Association (AILA) see link, may be able to provide you with local information on low income assistance.
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Houston Legal Aid Society might be able to help you.
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