I entered the country with a fake visa and passport as a kid. Can I still apply for DACA?
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I was under 16, I have no criminal problems, I am now 15, I am in high school, and I have never left the country since I came 10 years ago. So I should be ok but I am worried about the fake visa and passport.
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Yes, if you otherwise qualify ... you can apply for DACA.
Talk to an attorney ... don't try to do this yourself.
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Yes sir. Speak with an attorney. my office handles a lot of DACA cases so we may be able to help. For the month of may we are running a promotion of $375 for DACAs.
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Yes, although DACA is a discretionary grant of legal status, considering your age when you committed fraud, they may still grant you it.
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