Deferred Action is a program that began in 2012 to benefit individuals who have been in the United States from an early age and have no legal status. Deferred Action does not technically provide a legal status but it does provide work authorization and relief from the worry of deportation during the course of the authorization so long as the individual stays out of legal trouble. The benefits of having work authorization include access to a social security number and access to a driver’s license in most states.
(All forms can be found for free on USCIS.gov) :
*Please remember that forms must be accompanied with evidence to show all requirements are met, do not send only forms. Look below for a worksheet to help organize your Deferred Action application package.
*Also please remember that all documents in any language other than English must be accompanied by a translation.
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Download a checklist to help organize your Deferred Action Application evidence: Deferred Action information and documents required
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