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Deferred Action is a policy that allows qualifying immigrants to receive employment authorization and have removal proceedings delayed.
To stop deportation, you need to learn about the laws regarding it. This guide touches on some of your options if you face removal from the US.
Persons charged with reentry following a deportation or removal often assume that they will simply be deported again and that there is no use fighting their deportation. However, relief may be availa
Certain immigrants who came to the United States as children may qualify for this temporary relief program that allows them to work legally for to years and consequent renewal. It does not provide per
On June 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced that certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several criteria may request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal, and would then be eligible for work authorization.
This guide details the various types of defenses available in deportation cases, and explains the requirements for qualifying for each.
Deferred Action for Young People is a process that will allow certain individuals who entered the US as a child, and who meet other eligibility criteria, to apply for the determination to defer removal action and grant work authorization. Applicants must show they meet the following requirements:
Department of Homeland Security announced today that it will begin accepting applications for Deferred Action August 15, 2012.The government filing fee will be $465 and includes employment authorization.
Some people fear that their information will be supplied to Immigration Enf...
Deferred Action Process Announced by Secretary Napolitano, Effective June 15, 2012
Janet Napolitano, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, formally announced the Governments Deferred Action Process (hereinafter the plan), which is to take effect immediately.
What is deferre...
This guide gives an overview to President Obama's November 2014 immigration policy initiative, Deferred Action for Parental Accountability ("DAPA"). What Is Deferred Action? Deferred action means that
Several charges in Virginia (including domestic assault and possession of marijuana) provide the possibility of a deferred finding for a first offense. A deferred finding is when a defendant comes before the court, pleads guilty (or no contest) to the charge, the court finds eno...
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