On September 5, 2017, President Trump ended all initial requests for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as "DACA", and limited eligibility for renewal applications of existing DACA recipients.
DACA was a program started under the Obama administration and allows individuals who were brought into this country illegally when they were under the age of 16 who attend school and have no significant criminal violations to obtain renewable work permits and deferral from deportation.
In his move ending DACA, President Trump passed the buck to Congress to enact laws addressing DACA. This move shocked the nation as nearly 800,000 current DACA recipients are fearful they may be deported to a country they have never called home.
Thus far, Congress has declined to act, leaving hundreds of thousands of individuals in a state of limbo without any legal protection from deportation. Given this current administration's attitude towards undocumented aliens, many are fearful of being deported absent the protection they had under DACA.
This is why it is essential you reach out to our Glendale immigration attorneys of Arnaout Immigration Law Firm immediately, to discuss all other possible immigration options you may qualify for which would allow you to remain in this country legally.
Act now! Enlisting the help of knowledgeable and compassionate legal counsel at this critical time is of utmost importance.
At Arnaout Immigration Law Firm, we understand just how much is on the line when you are facing deportation from the only country you have ever known. Our Glendale immigration attorneys are fluent in a number of languages, and we will be your ultimate resources for legal counsel, care, and representation. Relentless in our pursuit of justice on behalf Dreamers, our legal team refuses to back down from the challenges facing immigration due to the current political climate. Allow us to be your allies during this difficult time.
With DACA gone, it is urgent that you act now to be protected from deportation. Call (818) 276-9900 to speak with a knowledgeable immigration attorney about your immigration options.