If you were brought to the U.S. as a child without immigration documentation, you may qualify for deferred action and protection against deportation. This is possible under the Obama-era policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or “DACA.” Although the Trump Administration ended DACA in 2017, a federal court reinstated the program in late 2020. It is now supported by the Biden Administration.
This means that if you qualify for DACA and are living in the U.S. without documentation, you can continue to live and work without fear of leaving the only home you’ve ever known. Our attorney at The Law Office of Steven R. Espinoza can provide the professional legal guidance and services you need to protect your status and ensure the immigration system treats you fairly.
If you need to seek deferred action and believe you qualify for protection, reach out to the Law Offices of Steven R. Espinoza Our DACA attorneys in San Francisco can help you throughout this important and sensitive filing process, ensuring you are fairly treated by the immigration system at each step along the way.