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Don’t wait until the last minute! Renewing your DACA status on time is very important. If you wait to renew your Deferred Action and your current DACA status expires before renewal is granted, you could face serious immigration consequences, including but not limited to:

  • losing your protection from deportation;
  • lose your work authorization;
  • jeopardize your employment;
  • not being able to renew your Driver’s License;
  • accumulate “unlawful presence” which can make it hard for you to adjust to permanent lawful immigration status in the future.

USCIS recommends that you submit your DACA renewal application between 120 to 150 days prior to the expiration date on your work permit in order to avoid a gap in legal status. If you submit your renewal request more than 150 days (5 months) your DACA expires, USCIS may deny or reject your application. It is in your best interest to apply for renewal somewhere between four to five months before your current period of DACA ends.

If your renewal request is granted, your DACA status and your employment authorization will be extended for a period of 2 years.


 
Our Preliminary Questionnaire and Calculator tool can give you a good idea of when is the best time to submit your DACA renewal application.

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The Immigration Attorney’s Legal Services include:

  • An initial 30-minute telephonic Legal Advice Consultation; additional consultations may be offered on a case-by-case basis if needed;
  • A 5-key-point form(s) review performed by the Attorney.

After your case is approved by the independent Immigration Attorney, Signature will send to your home a neatly prepared package ready to be filed via USPS Priority Mail® (at no extra cost) that includes:

  • Form G-1145, E-Notification of Application;
  • Form G-1450, Authorization for Credit Card Transaction (you can use this form if you want to pay the USCIS filing fees with a credit card);
  • Form I-821D, Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals prepared and ready to sign;
  • Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization and Worksheet prepared and ready to sign;
  • Personalized cover letter to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services;
  • Table of Contents and exhibit tab separators;
  • Detailed but simple instructions on how to finalize the completion of your package and to mail your package to USCIS; and
  • Mailing label with the correct USCIS mailing address to mail out your finalized package.

After you receive the package from Signature, you are responsible to mail the completed and signed forms, evidence and required filing fees directly to USCIS. Signature DOES NOT do that for you.

FORMS FILING FEE
I-821D $0
I-765 $410
Biometrics $85
Total $495

Signature’s Form Preparation Service fees DO NOT include USCIS filing fees, biometric service fees or any other fees to be paid to the government. Any fee intended for the government is a separate fee and must be paid at the Client’s expense directly to USCIS.  Signature does not do that for you.

You may pay the USCIS filing fees with a money order, personal check, cashier’s check or by credit card. If you pay by check or money order, you must make your check payable to: “U.S. Department of Homeland Security”. You must submit all fees in the exact amount. DO NOT MAIL CASH.

NOTE: USCIS filing fees and biometrics service fees are final and non-refundable, regardless of any action USCIS takes on your application or petition, or if you withdraw your petition.

Once USCIS receives your application or petition you will receive:

  • Form I-797C, Notice of Action confirming receipts for the applications and filing fees.
  • A Biometrics Service appointment at a local USCIS Application Support Center (ASC) to capture your  fingerprints, photograph and/or signature.
  • If required, USCIS may issue a Request for Evidence (RFE) to request missing initial or additional evidence.
  • A Notice of decision for each application by mail.
  • Your new Employment Authorization Document (work permit), if your application is approved.

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DISCLAIMER: Signature Immigration Forms, Inc. ("Signature") is NOT a law firm. Signature is NOT endorsed by or affiliated with, USCIS, DHS, or any U.S. government entity. At the Client’s request, by selecting any of our Services, Signature provides U.S. Immigration Government Form Preparation Services. Signature’s fees for Services DO NOT include USCIS filing fees, biometrics service fees, or any other fees to be paid to the government. Any fee intended for the government is a separate fee and MUST be paid by the Client directly to USCIS. The Client is responsible to mail the completed and signed form, supporting documents, and filing fees directly to USCIS. Signature DOES NOT do that for the Clients. The forms we prepare, and the instructions for the forms, are available for free at the USCIS website. Client access to, and use of any of Signature’s websites and our mobile app, is subject to our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. Legal Services provided by independent Attorneys are subject to separate Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy, and Limited Scope of Representation Agreements.


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