DACA & DAPA
Have you been in the United States for more than five years? (Since January 1, 2010 or before)
Were you in the United States on November 20, 2014?
Did you come to the United States before you turned 16 years old?
Do you have a child who was born in the U.S. or has a green card? (adult and minor children count)
If so, you may qualify for President Obama’s new immigration program that can provide:
· Deferred action (protection from deportation)
· A work permit / photo identification card
· A social security number
· Medi-Cal eligibility
· Ability to travel outside and return to the United States
Presently DAPA and Expanded DACA benefits are on hold. Yet, you can contact Moe and Associates today and we can walk you through how to prepare for its benefits. Immigration attorneys anticipate the application period to open by mid to late May 2015.
While expanded DACA is not available, traditional DACA is. This includes:
§ What are the requirements one must meet to become eligible for deferred action?
1. Applicant was under the age of 16 when they came to the United States.
2. Applicant was under the age of 31 as of June 15, 2012.
3. The Applicant must be at least 15 years or older to request deferred action, unless the Applicant is currently in removal proceedings or has a final removal or voluntary departure order.
4. Applicant has continuously resided in the United States since June 15, 2007, up until the present time.
If this applies to you, you can be eligible for Deferred Action (protection from deportation) and a work permit, today.
If you need assistance with DACA or preparing for DAPA, please contact LMG Law today.
LMG Law offers discount prices for those falling into these categories.
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Frequently asked questions...
What if I don't live in the United States?
LMG Law understands that immigration clients may be based abroad or traveling. Thus, we offer free consultations over Skype and phone.
What if I am presently in the United States without documentation?
Contrary to popular belief, being undocumented in the United States does not always lead to a 3 or 10 year ban. We are happy to do an intake with you to explore your options . You may fall into the exceptions, such as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), or more.
Do I have to come to the Hollywood or Riverside office to work with LMG Law?
LMG Law offers remote intakes and meetings. If you cannot make it to our Hollywood office, we will be happy to work with your schedule and travel restrictions.
What does the free consultation include?
Your free consultation includes a conversation with an attorney. This conversation includes a full case evaluation and a free quote.
How much does it cost?
LMG Law prioritizes competitive pricing. We will do our best to out price other law firms. Unfortunately, immigration law firms cannot give flat prices for services as each case is contingent on many factors (such as criminal history, nationality, employment, etc.).
Does LMG Law attend interviews with me?
LMG Law will attend your interviews or go to USCIS with you if you desire.