Deferred Action Pros And Cons

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Deferred action is a temporary relief from removal from the country or from being placed in removal proceedings. Furthermore, qualified people who came to the States as a child can work in legal. There are several requirements to qualify for this action. First young people must be at least 15 years old to apply, and they cannot be older than 31 years as of June 15th, 2012. About the residency requirements: Applicant must have come to the United States before turned 16 years old and continuous residence in the U.S. since June 15th, 2007 by submitting documentation, Up to present time, Applicants’ lawful immigrant statutes expired as of June 15th, 2012, Applicants have entered without inspection before June 15th, 2012. About the education or military service requirements: the applicants must be currently in school or have graduated from high school. Obtaining GED is also can be an evidence.…show more content…
The applicants must not have been convicted of a felony to prove that they are not a threat to national security or public safety. Applicants should send three forms: I-821D, I-765, and I-765WS. The process takes about 3-6 months. It is unusual that the process takes more than 180 days. The total of application fee is $465. Because of this action, many young undocumented immigrants can staying in America without fear and can have various economic opportunities such as opening a bank account and obtaining a driver’s license. I am for Deferred Action because being undocumented immigrants are not young immigrant’s will. That was not their decision. Under sixteen years old is pretty young, and probably most of the applicants spent their adolescence in the United States. Therefore, I agree that young immigrants have a chance to live in this country if they

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