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The best deportation lawyers Los Angeles might be able to determine if you qualify for the DREAM Act or Deferred Action.
Brian D. Lerner explains that even if you have a deportation or removal order, it is possible to apply for DACA.
Thus, what exactly is DACA? The best deportation lawyers Los Angeles will be able to explain exactly what this is and whether you qualify.
Brian D. Lerner explains that as you may have heard, the DREAM ACT Deferred Action has now given the opportunity for numerous people to apply for the deferred action through the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles.
This is not residency and it is not citizenship. However, if done properly through the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles, it does permit the issuance from U.S.
Immigration of the approval of the Deferred Action, which in turn will allow you to get a work permit, remain legally in the U.S. for the duration of the approval of the deferred action and to be assured that you will not be placed into deportation proceedings.
However, Brian D. Lerner explains that even if you have been put into Removal Proceedings and even if you have a deportation order that the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles can make various motions to get you DACA.
The procedure would be different from simply apply for the DREAM Act without a prior deportation order.
Additionally, the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles will be able to explain that this procedure will allow for you to apply for the DREAM Act Deferred Action even if you currently in deportation / removal proceedings (as opposed to actually having a prior deportation order.)
However, Brian Lerner mentions that if you already have a removal or deportation order and are even outside the United States that the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles can apply for this relief and get you paroled back into the United States.
Finally, the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles will be sure to advise you as to which is the proper path for you to be able to apply for the DREAM Act Deferred Action so that you will be able to either stay here in the U.S. legally, get removal proceedings terminated, remove a deportation order or to come back to the United States.
Brian D. Lerner says you should keep in mind a few advisals (which the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles should be well aware of if he or she is experienced in Immigration Law):
1. If President Obama is not re-elected, this form of Deferred Action may be denied and/or revoked;
2. There are no derivative beneficiaries that can apply for this type of Deferred Action.
Therefore, the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles can explain that there is a risk that you may get the approval, but your parents may be targeted to be placed into Removal Proceedings.
However, the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner will explain at that point, depending on the particular case, the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles may be able to be retained to prepare and submit a Request for Prosecutorial Discretion.
3. If your DREAM Act Deferred Action is denied, there is always the risk that you will be placed into Removal Proceedings cautions Brian Lerner. However, the option for you to submit the Request for Prosecutorial Discretion is also open.
The best deportation lawyers Los Angeles should be able to give you a basic rundown of the requirements to qualify for the DREAM Act.
Brian Lerner explains that you must have arrived in the U.S. when they were under the age of sixteen and that you have continuously resided in the U.S. for at least five years prior to June 15, 2012 and have been present in the U.S. on June 15, 2012.
The best deportation lawyers Los Angeles will explain that you must be currently be in school, have graduated from high school, have a GED, or be an honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard or the U.S. Armed Forces.
However, if you do not have a GED or have not graduated from High School, the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles can explain that you can actually start attending an adult school for the purpose of getting a GED and show proof that you are attending this school in order to meet this requirement.
Brian D. Lerner goes on to state that you must not have been convicted of a felony offense, a “significant misdemeanor offense,” three or more non-significant misdemeanors, or otherwise pose a threat to national security or public safety.
Of course, the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles will be able to argue that certain crimes are ‘not’ significant misdemeanors and that you should qualify.
Brian D. Lerner goes on to state that the final element of this particular relief known as the DREAM Act is that you have been under thirty-one years old on June 15, 2012.
Thus, while Brian D. Lerner states that the elements are fairly straight forward, the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles can properly determine if you have issues which other deportation lawyers may have said make you ineligible to qualify for this.
Thus, be sure when you apply for DACA that you retain the best deportation lawyers Los Angeles will have to offer.