Today, USCIS provided further information about the deferred action application for eligible undocumented youth in a call held with stakeholders.
The updates include information about the total application cost, what is considered a significant misdemeanor, and traveling abroad for DACA beneficiaries.
As a quick resource for information, check out this flyer put together by USCIS on what the requirements are to be eligible, how to submit your application, and how to renew your DACA when the time comes: “Consideration for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”
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