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Month: September 2012

Deferred Action Applications Approved by the USCIS

USCIS has received more than 70,000 deferred action requests from eligible applicants and has already approved some of those applications. USCIS started to receive applications, to grant work permits and deferred action, to eligible undocumented immigrants from 15th August, 2012. Most of the eligible undocumented immigrants around the country filed applications for deferred action and …

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Multipurpose Library Cards to Undocumented Immigrants in Los Angeles

Undocumented immigrants in Los Angeles, who cannot get driver’s licenses because of their status in the country, will be provided library cards with which they can open bank accounts. A person who has a Los Angels ID will be issued a library card. According to a new proposal voted by the City Council of Los …

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What is the Deadline for Filing Form I-821D to Request Deferred Action?

Undocumented immigrants who are given chances to remain in the United States for a two-year period have a question in their minds regarding the deadline for filing their requests. Deferred action application filing process is quite complex. That is because, the applicants must provide various documents to prove that they are eligible to file Form …

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Celebrate the US Constitution and Citizenship Week

Americans observe the US Constitution and Citizenship day on the 17th of September, every year. This day is celebrated in order to recognize people who had become US citizens and to commemorate the signing of the US Constitution. The US Congress determined September 17th as the Constitution Day and the whole week beginning from September …

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Economic Benefits of Granting Deferred Action

Deferred action process implemented by the President Obama, is likely to benefit around 1.4 million young people who entered the United States as minors. For most of these undocumented immigrants, United States is their home and they do not know about their home countries. Reports state that most of the undocumented immigrants in school and …

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Deferred Action Process – Application Filing Process and Filing Tips

Three different USCIS forms must be completed and mailed in a single package. Form I-821D, Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, will not be accepted if it is not sent along with the other two forms, Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization and Form I-765WS, Worksheet. To avoid denial, complete and mail these three …

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