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USCIS is once again accepting DACA renewal applications. Applying now may help secure your renewal.
Deferred Action (DACA) Renewal

Prepare Your USCIS Form I-821DDeferred Action (DACA) Renewal

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Deferred Action (DACA) Renewal Form I-821D

Initial DACA applicants

On September 5, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security issued a memorandum rescinding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals “DACA.” Effective immediately USCIS will no longer accept initial DACA applications. Renewal applications will be accepted until October 5.

If you have never previously held DACA status, you can no longer apply under this program. If you have previously held DACA status then you can apply to renew your status if your current Employment Authorization Document (EAD) will expire between September 5, 2017 and March 5, 2018.

What is DACA?

Deferred Action is a program for undocumented immigrants created in 2012 through an executive action by President Barack Obama. It offers protection from deportation for two years and a two-year work permit.

November 2014, Obama expanded DACA through another executive order. Expanded DACA will extend the program from two years to three years and the eligibility requirements will change so that more people qualify. The USCIS had planned to release the application in February 2015. However, due to recent events, the release has been temporarily postponed.

Who qualifies for DACA?

There are several eligibility requirements for DACA including an education requirement, an age requirement and a required amount of time spent living in the U.S.

new Expanded DACA application will change these requirements, making more people eligible. For example, there will no longer be an upper age requirement.

How does FileRight help me apply for DACA?

FileRight will walk you through each and every application question, providing helpful explanations along the way. We also have a bilingual (English and Spanish) customer support team standing by 24/7 to answer your questions about FileRight. Our technology checks your application for errors and provides you customized filing instructions, letting you know where to send your application and what documents to include with it. We’re so confident in FileRight that if your application is denied, we’ll refund your money — including government fees.


USCIS Filing fees to Renew Your Green Card

The USCIS fee to file Form I-821D costs $410. In addition, the agency might require an $85 biometrics service fee.

FileRight application package preparation fee is $0.

USCIS won’t refund your money, even if your application is denied. We’ll help ensure your application is correct and complete.

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