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DACA 3-Year Approvals Reduced to 2 Years

DACA 3-Year Approvals Reduced to 2 Years

In the wake of the pending litigation and injunction in Texas regarding the new deferred action programs for students and parents, a federal judge has ordered USCIS to be in full compliance of an injunction he previously issued. There are thought to be approximately 2,000 employment authorization documents (EAD’s) circulating that are not in compliance.

Over the past several weeks, USCIS has been sending notices to DACA recipients who are affected. It appears as though notices are continuing to go out. Some DACA recipients are being asked to return their previously issued card to USCIS.

If you have received a notice that your DACA period is being reduced from 3 years to 2 years, please contact our office immediately so that we can take appropriate steps to ensure that you are in compliance with the terms of your employment authorization and deferred action.

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