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Given the high volume of calls about deferred action, we will be offering free informational presentations (in small groups) with Attorney Meredith Brown at her offices. For more information, please call us at 818-541-9999.
What is Deferred Action?
On June 15, 2012, President Obama announced that young immigrants who entered the country without authorization before the age of 16 can qualify for an immigration relief benefit known as "Deferred Action". An applicant who is granted deferred action will not be deported and qualifies for a work permit renewable every two years. Deferred Action does not provide a pathway to citizenship or permanent residency.
Who is Eligible for Deferred Action?
Feel free to call us at (818) 541-999 with questions or to request more information on the deferred action for childhood arrivals process or email us at email@example.com