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(Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)

An opportunity in the United States for young people who came to this country as children.

Apply for your DACA petition and become part of the "DREAMERS",

see below to see if you qualify.


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Our team of certified immigration consulting professionals work directly with you to provide you with close attention on prepare your immigration forms.

Qualifications for Deferred Action (DACA):

  •  You were born in United States after June 15, 1981  

  • You are less than 31 years old as of June 15, 2012.  

  • You arrived in the United States before you were 16.  

  • You were inside the United States continuously from June 15, 2007 to the present  

  • You were present in the United States on the date of June 15, 2012 and at the time of making your request for consideration of deferred action with USCIS 

  • You Did Not Have Legal Status on June 15, 2012 

  • You have not been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanor, 3 or more other misdemeanor's. 

  • If You Are Currently in School, Graduated, or Received a High School Completion Certificate, Obtained a GED Certificate or Other Equivalent Exam Authorized by the State in the United States 


  • Passport 

  • Birth certificate 

  • Any photo ID 

  • Any school ID 

  • School records, study scores or reports from assisted schools in the United States that have the student’s name and date of attendance. (GED) o graduation diplomas. 

  • Hospital records, as a medical record, some other paper bearing the applicant’s name and dates. 

  • Official documents of a religious organization to which the Applicant belongs or to which there attended such as baptism, first communion, weddings, etc. 

  • Receipts or utilities such as: rent, electricity, telephone, medical insurance, letter from a company that has the name of the applicant and dates, bank statements with the name and dates,  bank statements with the name and dates, registration of any vehicle in the name of the applicant. 

  • If you have worked in the United States, check stubs, w-2, copy of federal taxes, employer’s letter, or any other reliable evidence of your financial level.

  • If the applicant sends money to your country, copy of the Money order  sent with the date and name of the applicant. 

  • If the applicant has children, a copy of each child’s birth certificate. 

  • Not having been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanour, 3 or more other misdemeanours. 


Note: It is important to try to get as much evidence as possible to make your case satisfactory!

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