(PRWEB) February 14, 2013
In response to the overwhelming demand for deferred action for childhood arrivals legal help, the legal team at Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. has launched deferredactionforchildhood.com to assist undocumented immigrants with their DACA questions and processing.
The website provides the following services and benefits for undocumented immigrants seeking deferred action.
- A free deferred action eligibility quiz will guide users through a series of questions to assess eligibility.
- Once the quiz is complete, eligible applicants can apply for deferred action online. The online form is submitted to the Hutson, Coats and Harris legal team for review and processing. Each application will be assigned to a dedicated member of the Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. legal team.
- A frequently asked questions section of the site provides answers to common questions regarding the new deferred action for childhood arrivals policy.
- A site blog serves as a forum for discussion on current and ongoing immigration legislation and reform including changes and updates to deferred action for childhood arrivals policy. Additional site resources include video content regarding deferred action and a news feed that features current news stories regarding immigration reform and deferred action for childhood arrivals.
On June 15th of 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced new immigration legislation, “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals,” or “DACA,” granting certain people who came to the U.S. as children to request consideration of deferred action from deportation for a period of two years. After the two year period, applicants may re-apply. In addition to security from deportation, the DACA procedure allows undocumented immigrants to work legally in the United States through an Employee Authorization Form, to secure a social security card, and to apply for a driver’s license in most states.
Chris Harris, partner at Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C., says “We have witnessed first-hand how counterproductive the past immigration policies of the United States have been and Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. is honored to help those who are going to benefit from new Deferred Action policies. Deferredactionforchildhood.com will be a resource to assist undocumented immigrants with all facets of the application process and will provide timely information as new immigration reforms are activated.”
The legal team at Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. also offers 100% information confidentiality, a noted concern amongst undocumented immigrants. “Unlike sites and services that are not staffed by attorneys, the Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. cannot be compelled to give up your information without your permission. Each application is 100% secure and the information we gather will only be used to process your DACA application. To that end, we offer peace of mind to our customers who can trust that their information is 100% secure.”- Will Hutson, Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. partner.
In addition to providing information and application processing, Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. offers an application guarantee to ensure applications are processed correctly the first time, avoiding a duplication of the $465 government filing fee. The HCH guarantee stipulates the application will be correct and complete based upon the information provided. In the event that an application is rejected due to an error or omission on the part of HCH, the firm will refund 100% of the attorney fee and 100% of the filing fee.
ABOUT HUTSON, COATS & HARRIS, P.C.
Will Hutson, Bobby Coats and Chris Harris are Texas attorneys who have decades of legal experience in assisting undocumented immigrants in the State of Texas. Hutson Coats & Harris, P.C. (HCH) was formed as a joint venture between these attorneys in response to new federal immigration legislation. Since the USCIS began accepting Deferred Action applications in August of 2012, the attorneys and staff of HCH have focused on providing cost-effective, full service assistance to clients in the preparation of Deferred Action applications.
Will Hutson, Bobby Coats and Chris Harris share a common goal of educating their fellow citizens about a very simple concept: namely, that there are no “illegal” people, even if a person’s presence in this country may not be legal. Hutson, Coats & Harris, P.C. is committed to continued legal assistance as future legislative reforms, in addition to deferred action for childhood arrivals, become available.