I am eligible in every aspect of the deferred action requirements. The only thing I am a but confused is the school aspect. I graduated in 2001 but I have been hearing that this alone does not automatically make me eligible. They say I must be currently enrolled in shool. So do I need to be currently enrolled in school to qualify even though I have graduated and have proof?
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