i applied for the deferred action childhood arrivals to get authorization for employment and to get my green card on October 17. I reviewed my case on the USCIS website today on December 27 and my current case status is on the bubble that says card/document production. Does this means i am approved???
YES, aabsolutely. Congratulations!
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Yes, that absolutely means application approved and card production ordered.
You should get it in the mail within no later than 2weeks from now.
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I agree -- Congratulations.
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Just to clarify -- Approval for Deferred Action does NOT mean you get a "green card." You will receive employment authorization valid for two years with which you may obtain a valid social security number and obtain lawful work. However, it is not a grant of residency which is what a 'green card' signifies. Hopefully, we will get some sort of immigration reform soon so that DREAMers like you will have a path toward lawful permanent residency and citizenship.
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