Immigration Law Associates
Chicago Lawyer, Attorney: Green Card, H-1B, National Interest Waiver, J-1, Spouse, Fiance, Student Visa, VAWA, Citizenship, Removal, Korean, Polish, Japanese, Spanish

Supporting documents for a DACA application

USCIS has published extensive guidelines to help you collect the evidence needed for a successful DACA application. You will need documentation establishing that you meet all seven eligibility criteria, including:

Many applicants will not be able to supply the “preferred” documents in each category. For some eligibility criteria, it may be possible to provide circumstantial (“suggestive”) evidence when normal documentary evidence is insufficient. Sworn affidavits may be used to fill certain specific gaps in your evidence; but they are not acceptable as sole proof for most of the criteria.

If you believe you are eligible for Deferred Action but have gaps in your documentation, the services of an experienced immigration attorney are strongly recommended.


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