I am renewing DACA. And this would be my 3rd time renewing. When originally requesting for DACA we provided USCIS with court records related to few incidents. I was never denied DACA or EAD card. And every time I renewed. I always checked “yes” for being arrested before. However, I never re-submitted them the old court records. In how to guideline for I-821D under “Evidence for Renewal request only”. It states,
”NOTE: If you are submitting a Renewal Request for consideration of DACA to USCIS, you do not need to re-submit documents you already submitted with your previous DACA requests.
If you are seeking a Renewal of DACA, respond to all questions, except where the section or question indicates “For Initial Requests Only.”
If you are currently in exclusion, deportation, or removal proceedings, see Item Number 11. (above) for additional guidance.
If you have any criminal history, see Item Number 12. (above) for additional guidance.”
That’s why I have never resubmitted. However, I’m wondering since now. Do I have to resubmit the records again with my renewal? Even though they were submitted in the original request.
The note governs. You do not need to resubmit documentation already submitted.
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