Make an infopass. Do not listen to those who say it would not work for DACA. It does.
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A year is too long, inquire with USCIS again or enlist the assistance of an attorney to help and explain other options.
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I agree that a year is outside processing times. I recommend discussing you case with an attorney. You may want to request congressional assistance as well.
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A year is long but not highly unusual. Make an infopass appointment, or get an attorney to look into the matter or your behalf.
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A year is on the long end however, I would say that DACA applications are taking much longer these days then when they first began the program. Infopass is always a good idea when applications are stuck. Also make sure that you check the online status of your case on USCIS.gov under the check my case status with your DACA receipt number.