Sadly, we have no idea what will happen after the two years of DACA is complete, simply because no person has reached the end of the period yet! President Obama has indicated there will be some sort of renewal process, but none has been yet announced. The government has indicated we should hear about this sometime in early 2014. If you used an attorney to file for DACA, keep in touch with that person during early 2014.
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I assume you are referring to Deffered Action for Chilhood Arrivals,
commonly known as DACA.
USCIS will be coming out with procedures for renewing in the future. Make sure you keep them updated on your address, that way you'll be sure to get any notifications from them.
If you change address, you'll have to file an AR-11, which can be done online at www.uscis.gov. Also, check the website periodically for updated information on DACA renewals.
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