I heard a lot about Obama DREAM Act for young people. I heard I can even get a work permit. Is that true?
Lawyer Advice: NOTE: Because of recent developments, the U.S. government is discontinuing the DACA program. Stay tuned for further developments. Yes, it is true. You can get a work permit and you will be safe from deportation for 2 years. They may extend it after 2 years, but right now nobody knows yet. Now, the question is: are you eligible?
If you were less than 31-years-old on June 15, 2012 (that's when the regulation went into effect), if you came to the United States before you were 16 years old, if you are illegal here and are currently in school (or already finished high school) - you might be eligible. It's very important to talk to a lawyer to make sure. If you are eligible we can help you apply - it's better to have a professional lawyer do it. Lawyers at Spektor Law Group know the law and will make sure that your application is successful.
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