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Stephen K. Tills, Attorney at LAW

President Obama’s Immigration Reform -Nov. 2014

Deferred Action for Parents (DAP): Parents of U.S. citizen or LPR children who
entered the U.S. before Jan. 1, 2010, may apply for Deferred Action. This
allows for the application for employment authorization document (EAD) , which
is Federal I.D. and can be used to obtain a driver’s license. This is an
affirmative application sent to Citizenship & Immigration Services, the agency
which provides benefits.

DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) is revised so that the age limit,
previously age 30, is struck out. The requirement that aliens must have arrived
before age 16 is still in place. This application is also submitted to U.S. CIS
and results in an EAD.

Successful applications under DAP and DACA should result in termination of
deportation proceedings for those aliens already in proceedings.

Employment-based immigrant visa applications for applicants currently in the
U.S. and the admission of entrepreneurs will be increased .

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will have new enforcement
priorities, although similar to those issued in the June, 2011, Morton Memo.
This enforcement device will be left to the prosecutorial discretion of ICE
Directors and ICE Attorneys.

Do you need assistance?
If you are detained for immigration reasons or need to resolve your immigration status contact an Immigration Lawyer for good results.
Stephen K. Tills Esq.: an attorney and member of AILA, specializes in your area of need: Green Card Work Visa, Waivers, Detention, Citizenship, Fiance, Immigration.
Find out more:- call 716.662.5080 Immigration office of Stephen K.Tills Esq. in the Buffalo, NY.
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