The ongoing court battle over whether to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) has reached another important moment. A federal judge on Friday ordered the full restart of the DACA program set for later in the month. The U.S Justice Department has until August 23rd to file an appeal.

More than 700,000 undocumented immigrants are enrolled in the DACA program, according to the latest statistics.

If Friday’s ruling goes into effect later this month, the administration will be required to accept new applications from people who meet DACA’s eligibility requirements.

Apply for DACA

If you are interested in applying for DACA please, be advised an applicant is considered for DACA when he/she can prove:

  1. Continuous residences in the U.S since June 15, 2007
  1. U.S arrival before their 16th Birthday
  1. Enrolled or graduated from High School or obtained a general educational development certificate (GED)
  1. No convictions of felony or significant misdemeanors 

If you have any question about how to apply for DACA, contact us anytime you want. We would be pleased to help you.


Judge orders full restart of DACA program