For people who were brought to the United States as a child, there is often a fear that they might be deported if they don't currently have a legal immigration status. In June of 2012, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals was announced. This program gives a two-year period of deferred action to qualified individuals, including some who live in Arizona. There are specific guidelines for this program, but for people who qualify, it can provide a valuable period of work eligibility and time without having to worry about being deported.
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Although there has been speculation in the news for the last couple of weeks that President Obama was planning on extending deferred action to undocumented immigrants in a way similar to the deferred action granted to young people with at high school diplomas a few years ago, it was just a guessing game.
Aunque se ha especulado en las noticias durante el ultimo par de semanas que el Presidente Obama estaba pensando en extender la accion diferida a los inmigrantes indocumentados de una manera similar a la accion diferida concebida a los jovenes con diploma de la escuela secundaria hace unos anos, esto era solo un juego de adivinanzas.
When you seek asylum in the United States, there are some interesting points that you have to consider. Making sure that you do everything in accordance with the laws set forth in the U.S. helps your chances of having your asylum application approved. Our Arizona readers might find the answers to some basic questions helpful as they work on applying for asylum.
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