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USCIS Clarifies DACA: Social Security Numbers, Advance Parole and Amount of Evidence





USCIS has just released an updated FAQ that addresses important concerns many undocumented young people have and that have delayed their application submission. Some of the most important questions answered include:


New - Q2: May I travel outside of the United States before USCIS has determined whether to defer action in my case?


New - Q3: If my case is deferred pursuant to the consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals process, will I be able to travel outside of the United States?


New - Q9. How should I fill out question nine (9) on the Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization? 


New - Q3. To prove my continuous residence in the United States since June 15, 2007, must I provide evidence documenting my presence for every day, or every month, of that period?


New - Q4. If I provide my employee with information regarding his or her employment to support a request for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals, will that information be used for immigration enforcement purposes against me and/or my company?


To read all the answers, see here.












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