Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 20, 2012
Expertbeacon, in collaboration with Camille J. Mackler, a NYC-based immigration attorney, today announced a new series of articles that provides detailed information and Do's and Don'ts when applying for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
The DACA program offers children of illegal and undocumented immigrants living in the United States — often called DREAMers — the ability to gain work permits and protection from deportation. It is projected there are more than one million such DREAMers in the United States.
Three articles about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals application process provide expert advice and Do's and Don'ts for DREAMers who want to apply for the program. Also included are links to all the USCIS forms needed to apply, a sample cover letter and a checklist of all required documents.
Articles in Spanish:
Although the requirements for DACA appear fairly straightforward, there are many pitfalls, uncertainties, and risks associated with the process. It is important for applicants to take time to weigh the options, obtain all of the necessary documents, and to review the applications with an immigration lawyer for completion and accuracy. Without taking the necessary steps, an application may be delayed, or worse, denied with no ability to appeal or re-apply.
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About Camille Mackler
Camille Mackler is a French-American attorney who has devoted her entire legal career to the practice of immigration and naturalization law in the United States. Ms. Mackler is a graduate of New York Law School (J.D. 2006) and the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service (B.S.F.S. 2001) and has been representing immigrants in private practice since 2006. Prior to that, Ms. Mackler worked for various organizations providing free or low-cost legal services to some of New York City’s most vulnerable populations, including refugees, undocumented immigrants, and abused women. She continues to participate in legal clinics and other volunteer efforts hosted by local bar associations, community organizations, and government agencies to assist low-income immigrants. Learn more at: http://expertbeacon.com/users/camille-j-mackler.