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Deferred Action for DREAMers – What You Need to Know

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The National Immigrant Justice Center has supplied excellent fact sheets about the recent changes for DREAMers!

In June 2012, the Obama Administration announced it would stop the deportation of undocumented immigrant youth who would qualify for immigration relief under the 2010 DREAM Act.

According to the center, individuals who apply for the protection are strongly encouraged to consult a qualified lawyer or a Board of Immigration Appeals-accredited organization before filing any applications with the government. These fact sheets provide basic information about who might be eligible for deferred action and tips for preparing to pursue relief.

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