Over the age of 18 but did not graduate high school or receive a GED. Can I take a GED course for deferred action for childhood?
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Do you meet other requirements? How old were you on June 15, 2012? over 30?
When did you last enter the United States? before June 15, 2007?
Do you have any criminal record?
If you are serious about filing Deferred action, hire an attorney or seek legal advise from nonprofit organizations providing such service. I have seen too many people filing DACA without consulting and put them in not very ideal position.
Consult and go from there.
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If you did not graduate from high school , you will need to register for GED classes and provide proof that you fulfill all other DACA requirements .
Best of luck.
YOU CAN REGISTER FOR AN APPROVED GED COURSE AND APPLY FOR DEFERRED ACTION PROVIDED YOU MEET THE OTHER REQUIREMENTS. BEST OF LUCK