On December 4, 2020, a federal judge ordered DHS to restore DACA to its original state as implemented via President Obama’s 2012 Executive Order. Individuals who meet the eligibility requirements may submit an initial or renewal application for DACA.
Congress has introduced the U.S Citizenship Act of 2021. This act, if passed by Congress and signed into law by the president, would immediately allow DACA recipients to obtain permanent residency. Passage of the act may be difficult as Congress remains very divided over immigration issues.
The Law Office of James M. Wilkerson has been assisting clients with DACA applications since 2012, and we have continued to keep up with the complicated legal changes to DACA throughout the years so that we can provide the best counsel for current and future clients.
If you have any questions regarding DACA or other immigration matters, we encourage you to click the link above to contact us or call our office at (318) 255-9299 and one of our attorneys will get back to you.
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