Deferred Action Approved for a Mexican Client
Client’s Nationality: Mexican
Location: Near Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-821D Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival
BACKGROUND: Our client retained us to secure a deferral from immigration proceeding, for sake of her future career.
Date of Application: May 1, 2014
Date of Approval: October 21, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that she:
- Was under 31 before the mandated date, and
- Was under 16 before she arrived in the U.S., and
- Was physically present when requesting to the U.S.C.I.S. for deferred action, and
- Was in possession of required educational or military service credential, and
- Was free of criminal records, felony, misdemeanor, or national security crimes.
CHALLENGE: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (also known as DACA) is a relatively straight forward procedure. President Obama had used this administrative channel to help DREAMers, mostly Latinos who arrived in the United States since childhood, avoid imminent deportation. SO LONG AS THE CLIENT REASONABLY FITS ALL THE AFOREMENTIONED CRITERIA, OUR ARGUMENTS FOR THE CLIENT IS LIKELY TO WORK. However, documentation of evidence will determine the strength of your case. The better is the client’s evidence, the better we can argue on his or her behalf.
ABOUT FIVE MONTHS LATER, our client received approval for the consideration for deferral on actions against her.
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