Deferred action applications now being accepted

August 2012
New York Amsterdam News;8/23/2012, Vol. 103 Issue 34, p18
The article reports that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) opens the application process for deferred action immigrant on August 15, 2012. Among the requirements for the deferred action include below 31-year-old as of June 15, 2012, have went to the U.S. before 6-years-old, and continuous residence since June 15, 2007. It adds that documentation with proof of identity and any U.S. government immigration documents with name and photograph must be submitted upon qualification.


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