i do not work, but i attend college so i have a college bill. i have a cell phone so i have a bill. i dont pay these bills but im wondering if i add them up and put the total in the Part 2, Question 3 box.
I agree with Atty Behar.
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Mr. Ivaknenko makes a good point. There are some DACA applicants who report being denied employment authorization, since they were unable to demonstrate need to the satisfaction of the USCIS.
If for some reason, you and your parents are unable to afford an attorney, consider a not for profit in New York that represents those with immigration cases. These organizations are known as VOLAGs. Your local USCIS Office should have a list of them. However, it is often more efficient to find a competent immigration attorney to handle the situation. Good luck.
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