Our first deferred action case consisted of preparing separate applications
for two twin young ladies.Both applications were approved by USCIS (immigration) in
less than 6 weeks!
About The Clients
The twin young ladies had recently graduated from high school. They both
thrived while in high school. They received excellent grades, participated
in their high school's dance team, and often volunteered in their
community. Upon graduating from high school, both of the young ladies
enrolled in college.
Unfortunately for the twin young ladies, they were not born in the United
States and did not have the proper documentation to be in the United States
legally. This meant that in order for them to be able to attend college,
the two young ladies would have to pay all college expenses. In order
to be able to pay all college expenses, the two young ladies would have
to find work. However, without proper documentation to be in the United
States legally, the two young ladies would need at least a work permit
in order to obtain work.
Deferred Action Process
The twin young ladies called our office inquiring about the deferred action
program. An attorney from our office met with the young ladies in a free
consultation. We determined that the young ladies did qualify for deferred
action and accepted them as our clients.
It took our office less than one week to prepare both applications. Once
the application packets were ready, our office sent the packets to USCIS.
Approximately two weeks later, we received notice that both young ladies
had their biometrics appointments. They attended their biometrics appointments
on their scheduled dates. Approximately three weeks after the biometrics
appointments, the two young ladies' applications for deferred action
The two young ladies received work permits for two years and any potential
removal action against the young ladies was deferred for two years. Now
the young ladies are working, paying their college expenses, and attending college.
If you meet the requirements for the deferred action program
http://www.entertainmentvisa.com/Entertainment-Visa-Blog/2012/November/We-Are-Now-Taking-Deferred-Action-Cases-.aspx#.ULaGGPspd2c.facebook and you are interested in applying, please contact our office. The Law
Offices of Michael M. Felix is committed to assisting and representing
you in submitting your deferred action request to USCIS. Contact our office
at (562) 464-6934 and speak to one of our attorneys today.