USCIS TO ALLOW DEFERRED ACTION TO DREAM ACT STUDENTS

Just coming over the wires. USCIS will allow deferred inspection for eligible DREAM act students and those who already graduated. Eligible beneficiaries must meet the following rules: – be 30 years old or younger and entered before age 16 – have lived 5 years or more in the US – have maintained continuous residence Other details – – No time limit on when you can apply – Are currently in school, have graduated from high school, have obtained GED diploma, or are honorably discharged Coast Guard or Armed Forces veterans – No felons – 2 year renewable periods of deferral-All deportation proceeding s will be halted for eligible people – Details are not provided but eligible beneficiaries can apply for work authorization.  More info to come soon. For more, go to my partner Greg Siskind’s blog: http://blogs.ilw.com/gregsiskind/2012/06/ice-faq-on-obama-dream-policy.html

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