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First time DACA applicants can now Apply

Updated: Aug 12, 2021

USCIS is now accepting first time DACA applications, so if you are able to prove you entered in the U.S. prior to your 16th birthday, on/before June 15, 2007, have been physically present in the U.S. since then, and have a high school diploma, GED or currently enrolled in school or GED program, and otherwise do not pose a risk to public safety, national security interests or have certain criminal convictions, you might be eligible to receive a work permit through DACA. Call to schedule an appointment to confirm you meet all initial DACA eligibility requirements, 512-443-4788.

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