I can prove that I was under the age of 30 with my birth certificate. I can prove that I was here before the age of 16 with my school transcripts ('92-'10). Since I've been working since '10 til present, can I use my tax filing of '10 to '11 as evidence that I've been in the US? Would bank statements help prove that too?
I would encourage you to seek a consultation with any of the several lawyers on this forum. The fact is there are several ways to prove the elements required for DACA and you should make sure to have your bases covered before filing and risking denial or a hold-up in the process.
I'm available to answer any questions via an appt.
Best of luck,
Sanjay Paul, Esq.
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Did your employers know that you were working without legal permission?
Are you aware of the fact that they may be investigated for having hired someone without proper I-9 forms being prepared?
Do these two questions give you good reasons to meet in private with an attorney?
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The documents you mention are among several items that can be used to prove your continuous residence. As you can tell from the prior responses, there are certain risks in submitting documentation acknowledging unlawful employment, however. Sometimes the lack of other options and the need for evidence outweigh those risks, and sometimes they do not.
There are some deferred action outreach events in the Fresno area in the next couple weeks that likely will discuss at least some of these evidentiary issues. If you would like more information about them, you can e-mail me privately.
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