Southfield DACA Lawyers
Dedicated to Helping “DREAMers” Across Michigan
At Brown Immigration Law, we know that navigating the United States immigration system can be an exhausting ordeal for individuals and their families. Our compassionate legal team is here to advise you about your specific situation regarding your Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program application or renewal. We also possess the vast legal resources and extensive knowledge of the law that you need to pursue your immigration goals and overcome various obstacles.
What Is DACA?
DACA is a program that eligible immigrants can apply for that protects them from deportation and allows them to apply for legal work permits. It was created under the Obama administration in 2012, however, due to various changes to the law made by the Trump administration, DACA has become very difficult for individuals to navigate on their own. That is why our compassionate and experienced Southfield legal team is always here to answer your questions and address your concerns regarding DACA applications and renewals.
Qualifying for DACA
In order to qualify for DACA, applicants must meet the following conditions:
- The undocumented individual was under the age of 31 as of June 15, 2012
- The undocumented individual came to the U.S. before the age of 16
- The undocumented individual continuously lived in the U.S. from June 15, 2007, to the present
- The undocumented individual entered the U.S. without inspection before June 15, 2012
- The undocumented individual was physically present in the U.S. on June 15, 2012, and at the time they requested consideration for deferred action with USCIS
- The undocumented individual: is enrolled in school, has graduated from high school, obtained a GED, or has been honorably discharged from the Coast Guard or armed force
- The undocumented individual hasn’t been convicted of a felony, major misdemeanor, or more than three misdemeanors
- The undocumented individual doesn’t pose a threat to national security or public safety
Preparing for the DACA Application
You should also gather as much documentation as possible before you begin the DACA application. This includes your birth certificate, passport, ID card, and school records. You should also consult with an experienced immigration lawyer who can help you properly complete the application. With an experienced immigration lawyer handling your DACA case, you will have the confidence you need to deal with complex paperwork, bureaucracy, and other challenges that DACA applicants commonly face.
Schedule Your Consultation with a Southfield DACA Attorney Today
Our talented legal professionals at Brown Immigration Law in Southfield can help you understand what to expect from the complex nature of the immigration process. We will gladly provide you with top-notch legal guidance so you have a strong strategy to pursue your case goals. When you choose us to handle your DACA case, our legal professionals will gladly provide you with compassionate support each step of the way.
Please give us a call today at (248) 232-2559 or contact us online if you’re ready to get started on your DACA application or renewal. Schedule your case consultation today.
Our Legal Team