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Deferred Action for Dreamers

Deferred Action for Dreamers: A 2014 Review

There is new guidance out there for Dreamers. The group of immigrant children and young people who were granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) based on grants by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) are able to renew! All Deferred Action issued BY ICE may be renewed 120 days before…

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Check out NewDreamAct.com

Our new site, NewDreamAct.com is live. Check it out and give us a call at 973 642 1111 to consult with us on the new YODA (Youth Obama Deferred Action). Thanks very much!      

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Free Live Immigration Lecture “Dream Act Deferred Action” June 30

 ON Saturday, June 30, 2012     11:00am and 1:30pm Robert Treat Hotel Crystal Room 50 Park Place, Newark NJ 07102     Deferred Action Program announced by the President for young people who were previously “DREAM ACT” candidates Mr. York will discuss how YOU may be able to apply for Work…

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6 Things You Need to Have For New Dream Act Deferred Action

1. Must be younger than 30. 2. Must have been brought to the U.S. before your 16th birthday. 3. Must have been in the country for 5 continuous years. 4. Must have no criminal history. 5. Must have graduated from an American high school, earned an equivalent degree or served in…

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DREAM Act will not go away

What does the DREAM Act mean? Legalization for youth who came here at least 5 years ago, before age 16 and who wish to complete 2 years of college or military service. The Congressional Budget Office estimated the DREAM Act will result in $1.4 billion in deficit reduction over the…

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