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DACAmented - the best Free way to Apply for Deferred Action

Forrest Blount
CTO

We launched our Deferred Action application on August 22nd, one week after the application documents and requirements were announced by USCIS, and since then we've been amazed at the response. We've released improvements to our application almost daily, incorporating feedback from applicants, Not-for-Profit groups and, of course, top immigration lawyers. The more we worked on DACA, the more we realized how underserved this community was and how much we could do to help.

Today we're announcing that our online DACA application is now free. Applicants can check their eligibility, see if there are other legal options that might serve them better than DACA, and complete all of the required forms online, all completely free. Not to mention use our other, already free, FAQ resource or Approval Tracking pages. To support this new effort, we're launching a new, DACA exclusive domain, DACAmented.com.

Of course, we still believe that lawyers are a vital part of our immigration process. In fact, if it wasn't for the great immigration lawyers offering Legal Reviews of DACA applications at a flat rate of $250, we wouldn't be able to offer the core application for free. While we recognize that it isn't always easy to find quality legal counsel you can afford, we recommend all applicants work with a lawyer in their community and are happy to recommend an attorney or community group that will work with you.

 

Intro to DACAmented from LexSpot on Vimeo.

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