Here’s what you need to know about DACA

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The Supreme Court will make a decision on the future of DACA and is expected to be made no later than June 2020.

Everyone who has or has had DACA should continue to renew their DACA.

If you never had DACA in the past, you are not eligible to apply at this time.

If your DACA has not expired or has not been terminated:

DACA expires within the next 150 days, they should apply to renew ASAP.

DACA expires between 151-365 days from when they are thinking of renewing, they should apply to renew ASAP and may have it adjudicated despite having an expiration date that far into the future.

DACA expires more than a year from when they are thinking of renewing, it is less clear whether USCIS will adjudicate their case if they renew that far in advance of their DACA’s expiration.

Source: Immigrant Legal Resource Center

If your DACA has expired or has been terminated:

DACA expired more than a year from the day they are renewing, they will need to submit their renewal as an initial DACA application with all the documents needed to prove initial eligibility for DACA. They should apply to renew ASAP.

DACA expired less than a year before the day they are renewing, they can submit a DACA renewal as others with unexpired DACA do. They should apply to renew ASAP.

Source: Immigrant Legal Resource Center

For DACA recipients in the Inland Empire who need assistance with their DACA renewals, make an appointment or reach us with questions by calling our office at (909) 885-1992.

788 N. Arrowhead Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92401  |  (909) 885-1992   |  sbcsc.org@gmail.com

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