Can a person apply if they have been deported?
Posted 24 August 2012 - 06:26 AM
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Posted 24 August 2012 - 07:27 AM
I dont know how old she is currently, but the time periods theyre looking at are:
She came to the country before turning 16
She was here on June 15 2012 when Obama passed the DACA
She has resided here 5 years prior to June 15 2012 (June 15 2007-June 15 2012)
She has documentation (bills, rent receipts, medical records to prove it)
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Date of Biometrics: September 17 2012 11AM
Date of DACA Approved: October 9 2012
Date of EAD Mailed: October 10 2012
Date of EAD Received: October 12 2012
Apply for SS Card: October 16 2012 930AM
Received SS Card: October 22 2012 1130AM
Applied for TX ID and obtained receipt: October 25 2012 1PM
First day at work: November 1 2012 10AM
Obtained TX DL: March 1 2013
Approved 55 days after sending in application on August 15th and 21 days after completing bio
Posted 26 August 2012 - 11:03 AM
I would give it a try and provide documentation, but entering for the second time illegally is something bad and I don't know how it will be in the eyes of the agent revising your friend's documents. There's a possibility that she might get deported for coming back to the US after a deportation.
That's probably the reason why the attorney said she wouldn't qualify. In the other hand it is always good to consult with more than one attorney to make sure.
Good luck to your friend.
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