hi i enter the country at the age of 15, 9 months back in 2001 but in 2010 my father died in mexico so i had to leave the country (USA) to take care of legal processes in mexico and paper work of some property my father left unfixed , and i took me 2 and a half years to get back to USA and of course i went in to the country ilegally again a few months ago. so if a lawyer can help me by telling me maybe , if i can prove maybe with the death certificate or other paper work that i had to leave the USA to do that, i had no other option, my mom had to stay to take care of 2 under age sisters of mine, i was the only one that could make that long trip to mexico .. but i was 9 consecutive years in USA before going back to mexico... but it did took from june 2010 to june of 2013
If you were not physically present in the United States in June of 2012, then unfortunately you are not eligible for the DACA Deferred Action Program.
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Unfortunately, as it sounds like you were not physically present in the United States in June of 2012, you are not eligible under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals provisions.
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To qualify for DACA, you have to be physically present in the United States on June 15, 2012. Although it appears you may not qualify for DACA, you should continue to follow what's going on with immigration reform. I always recommend speaking to an immigration attorney if you have any other questions.
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