DACA

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DACA

People who came to the United States as children without permission but who have lived their lives here may be eligible to stay for an extended period of time, or receive a work permit, so that they may continue to live their lives here. If you are a “Dreamer,” meaning you register to take advantage of the DACA program, you provide the US government with all of your identifying information (your address, how and when you came to the United States, etc.) in exchange for being considered. A Court Buddy immigration attorney can advise you about the DACA program.