DACA to Reopen for New Applicants

April 25, 2018 admin 2 comments

On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, U.S. District Judge John D. Bates called the government’s decision to end the DACA program “virtually unexplained,” therefore it is “unlawful,” and ordered the full restoration of the DACA program. A 90-day hold on his decision was given to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide more solid reasoning for ending the program. If the government does not provide a good explanation within those 90 days, he will withdraw the government memo that terminated DACA and require DHS to enroll new applicants. Reopening the DACA program to new applicants will benefit over 690,000 “dreamers.” We would like to help you be prepared for when a new decision is made. If you believe you have the qualifications for DACA or would like to learn what those qualifications are, please call our office to set up a consultation with one of our attorneys.

2 Comments on “DACA to Reopen for New Applicants

  1. My husband has been in the USA since 1973 we were married in1976 he has had a green card but he let it lapse because his wallet was lost what are his chances of getting a green card again or becoming a us citizen

    1. Hello,

      Please call our office to set up a phone call with one of our attorneys to answer your questions. Our office number is 405-528-2222.

      Thank you,

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