To the public;
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which will allow qualifying undocumented youth to temporarily live and work in the US, officially begins today. To be eligible for the (DACA) program one must provide the following information:
- Documentation that says you’re currently in school, have a GED, are enrolled in a GED course, or have already graduated
- Evidence to prove you entered the United States before you turned 16, such as school records, medical records, or a passport stamp showing when you arrived in the United States
- An identity document (ID) such as a passport.
- Proof that you have been here since June 15, 2007 such as a passport or medical, financial, school, church records, etc.
- A fee of $465
For more information on The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, please visit this link:
Legislator, District #3
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