Deferred Action Petition Approved for a Mexican Client
Client: A Mexican Immigrant
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-821D Consideration of Deferred Action Based on Childhood Arrival
BACKGROUND: Our client retained us to secure an approval for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrival, so that she could legally work in the U.S.
Date of Application: January 15, 2014
Date of Approval: August 20, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that she met all criteria for deferred actions—
- She arrived in the U.S. when 15 years old (before the sixteenth birthday), and
- She continuously resided in the U.S. from June 15, 2007 until the time of application, and
- She was under the age of 31 as of June 15, 2002, and
- She entered the U.S. without inspection before June 15, 2012, or her lawful immigration status expired as of June 15, 2012, and
- She had no criminal record, and
- She met the educational or service criteria, and
- She was present at the time of application and on June 15, 2012.
CHALLENGE: Consideration for Deferred Action is actually a more straight forward type of cases. This particular procedure is a channel for President Obama to fulfill his promise of protecting DREAMERS residing in the U.S. At the time of this application, so long as the client fits ALL OF THE AFOREMENTIONED CRITERIA, our argument on behalf of the client is likely to be approved. Timely changes have occurred after President Obama outlined his executive actions on November 20, 2014. Eligibility for Consideration for Deferred Action, though extended in terms of age, does not apply to anyone who enters the U.S. illegally in 2014.
ABOUT SEVEN MONTHS AFTER BIOMETRICS APPOINTMENT, our client received her approval.
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