can i walk-in for biometric for Daca? or should i just wait for official letter
You should wait for the official USCIS letter for biometrics as no one would process you on a walk in basis.
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You should wait to be scheduled for your biometrics.
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You could do walk in if you have an emergency. In all other circumstances, wait for the letter.
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