c33. -- are you talking about a DACA filing?
Lynne R. Feldman, Attorney at Law
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University of Illinois College of Law
You are not in 'unlawful', but 'out of status'.
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We need a bit more information but, if you're applying for the recently introduced DACA program, it would be c33.
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