Not Eligible For A Green Card? Don't Give Up Hope.

Are you among the thousands upon thousands of young people who have grown up as Americans yet never had a lawful immigration status? If your parents brought you to the United States without papers as a child, you might have limited immigration options. You may be living in limbo — unable to legally work, always on edge about the possibility of getting caught and deported.

What Is DACA?

One possibility for gaining temporary immigration status is DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Established by the Obama administration in 2012, this program offers several benefits for those who qualify. If your application is successful:

  • You will be safe from deportation while your DACA status is in effect.
  • You may be granted a work permit so you can be legally employed.
  • You won't be in the United States illegally.

However, DACA doesn't grant you any rights to permanent legal status, and you must meet certain criteria to qualify.

Much depends on the specifics of your situation. At Baybik Law Group, P.C., we can help you determine whether DACA is a good fit for you. If you decide to proceed, our lawyer will walk you through the process, helping you prepare a strong application to maximize your chances of success.

Preparing For Future Opportunities: Don't Miss Out

The Obama Administrative has taken other executive actions to expand immigration opportunities, including:

  • Provisional unlawful presence waivers
  • Prosecutorial discretion
  • DAPA (Deferred action for parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents)
  • Clarification of certain employment-based visas

While some of these programs are currently available, others are not. You may nonetheless benefit from early preparation to take advantage of these opportunities down the road.

Our attorney stays up-to-date on the latest developments in these evolving areas of immigration law. We can help you assess your options so you don't overlook important opportunities.

Find Out Whether You Qualify

Get started by calling our office in Scottsdale, Arizona, at 480-359-4119. You can also send us an email to request an appointment.

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