Deferred Action Parents of Americans (DAPA)

In order to qualify for DAPA, those persons must meet certain requirements.  Those include that the person applying is an undocumented individual living in the US who is the parent of a US Citizen or lawful permanent resident and who has lived in the United States continuously since January 1, 2010.  Additionally, the applicant had to have a son or daughter who is a US citizen or lawful permanent resident on November 20,2014 and the applicant is not an enforcement priority for removal from the United States.  An enforcement priority for removal usually refers to persons who are threats to national security, border security, and public safety.  The full application and rules have not yet been released but those are expected to come around May, 2015.

Although these seem like simple requirements, it’s important that you have an experienced immigration attorney to discuss DAPA and whether you qualify.  Los Angeles DAPA attorneys at are just those attorneys.   Our attorneys and staff have helped countless others apply for and be granted citizenship, legal permanent residency (green cards), work permits, DACA and other sorts of relief.  We know how to read and apply the law to your case to get you the best results.  Call us now to get on our list of those who we will call back as soon as the application gets released.  Be one of the first to apply once the application is released and once you hire us.

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