What’s new and not new for DACA?
As many of you have probably heard, the Trump administration is doing its best to end DACA. Although the US Supreme Court has told the administration to continue accepting applications, it has decided to defy that order and only accept renewals for one (1) year increments only. Tell your US citizen friends to vote this November to change this.
Despite that they’re trying to end DACA, one aspect that they have not changed is the ability for DACA recipients to apply for what is called “advance parole.” Although it requires an “exceptional circumstance” to be approved, it is nevertheless the best hope for a green card and we have lots of experience finding a path forward under this provision. You’ll need to have a US citizen spouse, parent, or child over 21 to petition for you too. As always, call us if you think you might benefit from hearing more about advance parole.