Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) allows the USCIS to exercise discretionary powers to defer deportation of undocumented individuals who have illegally entered the U.S. as children and are now facing deportation. DACA allows the undocumented individual to lawfully remain in the U.S. for a temporary two-year period, with a two-year renewal. While the DACA permit is valid, the undocumented individual is also eligible for lawful employment status.
SERVICES FOR DACA
At Noorani & Villar, we provide full services for undocumented aliens who arrived in the U.S. as children and are applying for deferred action.
Please contact Noorani & Villar, P.C., where our attorneys will assist you in filing your application for deferred action for childhood arrivals.