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Immigration Executive Action: Applications May Be Accepted by USCIS by Feb.

People seeking relief from deportation and work permits may be able to submit applications for these options provided by the recent immigration executive action as early as next month. In fact, as Leon Rodriguez, the director of USCIS has explained, he expects USCIS to start taking in applications for some of these programs by the middle of February.

The first group that will be eligible to apply for the programs opened up by the immigration executive action will be those who are seeking an expansion of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). The next group, which should be able to apply by May, will include the parents of legal U.S. residents and citizens.

Immigration Executive Action: More Important Info to Know

Applications related to the immigration executive action may be accepted by USCIS as early as February. Here’s what you should about the immigration executive action if you’ll be applying.

Applications related to the immigration executive action may be accepted by USCIS as early as February. Here’s what you should about the immigration executive action if you’ll be applying.

As the time to apply for deportation relief and work permits via the immigration executive action nears, here’s some more important info people should know about the immigration executive action:

  • Eligibility – In order to qualify for the provisions of the immigration executive action, people must have lived in the U.S. continuously since January 1, 2010. People who have only recently arrived in the U.S. and have an illegal status will be considered “priorities” for deportation.
  • Application fees – When applying to these programs, people can pay the applicable application fees via credit card (a new option provided by USCIS).
  • Avoiding scams – Because applications are currently NOT being accepted, avoid working with people or agencies who are offering help with applications for immigration executive action.
  • Application rules – As soon as USCIS starts accepting applications related to the immigration executive action, it will publish specific rules and requirements for submission on its website. So, stay posted and wait for this info if you plan on applying.

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