Since he is over 14, he needs to sign the application himself. People have different opinions on how to fill out the I-765 worksheet. Our firm's practice is to estimate the expenses as best as possible -- how much do you spend on food for him? clothing? medical expenses? -- and include a brief explanation that he needs a work permit to save up for college. Good luck!
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he will sign the application. Also, this weekend in Long Island City there is a pro bono clinic to help people with DACA applications - you may want to wait a few days and attend have an attorney review the package
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He should sign himself and explain that he needs to work so he can pay for college
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