Landmark legislation is vulnerable to repeal. Contact Alejo Lugo to learn more about the current status of DACA and the possible changes to immigration law
The United States Congress enacted DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) to decrease the backlog of immigration cases in the American court system. DACA permits some immigrants who entered the United States illegally during childhood to remain in the country for two-year intervals. During this two-year grace period, the immigrant cannot be deported and will be granted a work permit that is valid for the entire two years of a DACA exemption.
That’s the good news. The bad news is that DACA may be repealed and these protections could be lost. If you are covered under DACA now, it is highly recommended that you consult an experienced immigration attorney like Alejo Lugo about your options.
You Have the Right to Consult with a DACA Attorney
Alejo Lugo understands the frustrations immigrants experience while trying to stay on top of rapidly changing immigration laws. Some cities in the United States have created a sanctuary that protects immigrants from removal, but most have not and you may feel very vulnerable about your status as a DACA recipient.
The best way to understand how DACA applies to you is to contact an attorney. At The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates, we can explain how the law affects you. We can walk you through the detailed DACA application process, or help you “adjust status” by applying for a green card as your case may require.
An Attorney Who Cares
With the future of DACA uncertain, you may be living your life in fear and anxiety. You need a caring and supportive attorney such as Alejo Lugo to help you. With more than 15 years of experience, Alejo knows how to present compelling and legally sound evidence to ensure immigrants remain in the United States, preferably on work permits. The bilingual team at The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates will immediately ease your legal concerns.
Be Proactive and Call an Experienced Attorney Now
It can take weeks, perhaps even months to resolve a DACA case. You cannot afford to wait it out and see if DACA gets renewed. Long before your two-year exemption expires, contact Alejo Lugo to help you litigate your DACA case. Dial (800) 497-0018 now for a consultation.