Individuals who currently have Deferred Action can now renew their deferred action without experiencing any lapse in their lawful presence or work authorization. If you received DACA from USCIS and would like to renew, contact us today to avoid any interruptions your Deferred Action status.
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Deferred action essentially means that the government knows an individual is in the country without permission but will not seek to deport them. It allows the person to apply for a work permit, though this is not automatic. Deferred action is not permanent status and will not lead to a green card or U.S. citizenship by itself.
Your DACA renewal request package should be submitted approximately 120 days (or 4 months) before your current period of DACA expires. This is also the date that your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) expires.
If your package has been filed at least 120 days before your deferred action and EAD expire and USCIS is unexpectedly delayed in processing your renewal request, USCIS may provide deferred action and employment authorization for a short period of time until your renewal is adjudicated.
Individuals who are denied Deferred Action will only have their case referred to ICE by USCIS if there is a criminal conviction on the individual’s record or if there is a finding of fraud in the request. Anyone with a significant misdemeanor or disqualifying offense should refrain from applying for deferred action since it could lead to potential deportation.