Immigration matters can be very complicated. We've gathered some of your client's most frequently asked questions for you to review.
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Deferred action occurs when the Department of Human Services authorizes a non-U.S. citizen to remain in the country temporarily.
During the time of the deferred action the person can also apply for a work permit, known as an employment authorization document, allowing them to secure employment during the period for which he / she has the deferred action.
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- Were born on or after June 16, 1981
- Came to the United States before your sixteenth birthday
- Continuously lived in the U.S. since June 15, 2007
- Don't have a lawful immigration status
- Don't have convictions of a felony offense