DACA is Ending, But Congress Can Save It

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA, is an Obama-administration program which offered protection to nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children. Unfortunately, this program is at risk of coming to an end, and it is up to Congress to put a stop to it. They have until April 2018 to decide the program’s future, as well as that of its recipients. Unsurprisingly, countless Dreamers are at a loss of what will become of them.

The most important thing to remember is you are still protected from deportation as a DACA recipient. However, our Phoenix immigration attorneys of Kanu & Associates, P.C. advise you not to travel outside of the state, as this may present you with potential concerns you want to avoid. Many people are also concerned about their information being exposed, predisposing them to deportation if DACA indeed ends. However, as a law-abiding youth, you are less likely to be targeted.

We believe you should not apply for DACA as of now if you haven’t done so in the past. The program’s fate is quite uncertain, and you shouldn’t take a chance in this manner. As far as renewing your work permits, it is best you first consult with your legal team before moving forward.

Contact Our Phoenix Immigration Lawyers

As a DACA recipient, you are facing unique pressures and concerns. This is why it is so important you don’t waste any time in enlisting in the help of a Phoenix immigration lawyer you can trust, such as ours at Kanu & Associates, P.C. Our legal team has a proven track record of success, and we will do everything possible to protect your rights and your future.

Contact us at your earliest convenience by calling (602) 353-7795.

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