I sent my DACA application in October and did my biometrics in November i checked website , but initial review still shows
It's been taking USCIS about 4-6 months to process these applications, so there's no need to be concerned at this point. One option you have is to call the 1-800 number on your receipt notice. You can ask to make a service inquiry and they might look into it for you, but if it's still within normal processing times they'll probably tell you to just wait.
It has been my experience that the case information on the USCIS website is not updated or accurate all the time. I suggest waiting until end of March -- and if you still have not heard anything, then make an Infopass appointment to get more information from the local USCIS office. (Infopass appointments aren't instant. You will likely be given an appointment that is 1-3 weeks from out.)
If you still are having a problem, you may wish to consult with an attorney to help you.
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I agree with my colleague; I also would add you can do an INFOPASS as well as call, but wait until the 6 months since filing have run: Goto tol this website to make an Info pass appointment
Retain or consult with an immigration attorney who handles such cases regarding DACA if you still have problems; finally be sure to keep copies of everything; make sure that you check on-line which is also possible with your receipt number. Goto this website:
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