Are you at risk of being deported from the United States? You may be eligible for the deferment of an action on deportation orders if you meet the criteria.
The Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a memorandum that may benefit young undocumented individuals who entered the United States in good faith and without fault.
You may apply for Deferred Deportation if;
The memorandum on deferred action does not confer right to permanent resident status nor equal citizenship as it only puts off the removal proceedings for two years, which is subject to renewal.
An undocumented young individual in a final order of removal may still be qualified to apply for deferment. He or she should immediately inform the Law Enforcements Support Center Hotline or the ICE Office of the Public Advocate of his or her intention to file an application.
Once an application for deferment is granted, the beneficiary will enjoy the following advantages:
In applying for deferred action, the applicant should complete the forms required by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and must pay the corresponding fees. Supporting documents must accompany the application forms.
One of the advantages of retaining a good immigration attorney is you can rely on the latter who will process your application and organize everything according to the mandate of the US immigration laws that normally include complex provisions.
In your application for deferment, you need to include the following documentation:
The USCIS will review the completeness of your application and supporting documents and it will send you a notice of receipt, then later a notice for biometric service appointment. The request is decided on a case by case basis. You may be required to provide additional documentation or to appear at a USCIS center.
At Niren and Associates, we have been in the business for decades, and are more than willing to assist you. Our firm has a dedicated team of experienced attorneys ready to help you with your deferred deportation application. Contact us today!
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