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Deferred Action


Find Legal Help!


Free to low
-
cost nonprofit immigration legal service providers
.


Immigration Services of Santa Rosa

Types of legal
assistance:

Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS

Location:

132 N. MacLay Ave, San Fernando, CA 91340



Contact:

(818) 361
-
4341


International Rescue Committee (Los Angeles Office)

Types of legal assistance:

Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS

Location:

625 N. Maryland Ave, Glendale, CA 91206



Contact:

(818) 550
-
6220,
http://www.rescue.org/

,

LosAngeles@rescue.


Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (Pacoima Office)

Types of legal assistance:

Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS, Representation before th
e
Immigration Court, Representation before the Board of Immigration
Appeals (BIA), Federal court appeals

Location:

13327 Van Nuys Blvd, Pacoima, CA 91331



Contact:

(818) 896
-
5211,
http://www.nls
-
la.org

,
nls@nls
-
la.org


Peace Over Violence
-

Legal Advocacy Project

Types of legal assistance:

Help
completing forms, Filings with USCIS

Location:

892 N. Fair Oaks Ave, Suite D, Pasadena, CA 91103



Contact:

(626) 584
-
6191,
http://www.peaceoverviolence.org

,
info@peaceoverviolence.org


San Juan Macias

Types of legal assistance:

Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS

Location:

9766 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Pacoima, CA 91331



Contact:

(818) 896
-
1156


To find a private immigration attorney visit:



AILA’S Immigration Lawyer Search



National Immigration Project’s Lawyer Referral Directory


Wed sites with more information



Own the DREAM; Unete al Sueno
http://www.weownthedream.org/

(855) DREAM
-
31



The San Fernando Valley Dream Team


www.facebook.com/SFVDreamTeam



Dream Team L.A.


http://dreamteamla.org/



CHIRLA: Coalition for Humane Immigration Rights of Los Angeles

o

http://www.chirla.org/


Questions you may have???

1.

Where do I send my DACA packages?

a.

Go under this link
http://www.uscis.gov/i
-
821D

and check for Direct Filing Addresses
for Form I
-
821D, Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

b.

Or you can use this link:
bit
.ly/daca
-
application


2.

Where can I get help to fill out my paperwork?

a.

Look at the non
-

profit legal immigration service provides above

b.

Check out events calendar at
www.weownthedream.org


3.

What documents do I need

to have translated?

a.

Only your birth certificate needs to be translated. A passport is already a bilingual
document
.


4.


Should I hire an attorney?

a.

It is
recommended

that

you have your application reviewed, especially if your case has
any red flags.


5.

How do
I pay?

a.

The total fee for Forms I
-
821D, I
-
765 and the I
-
765WS is $465. This fee includes a $380
fee for Form I
-
765 and an $85 biometric services fee.

b.

Checks or money order should made payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security

do not use the initials “
USDHS” or “DHS”


6.

How do I prove that I was present on June 15, 2012?

a.

Submit Copies of :

1.

Receipts, utility bills,

2.

Employment records in which your name and the name of the employer or
other organization must appear on the form or letter, as well as relevant

dates.

3.

School Records

4.

Hospital. medical records

5.

Any other relevant document


Tips

1.

Before you begin filling out your forms, you must read all the instructions per form under
http://www.uscis.gov/i
-
821D

2.

You may fill out your forms by typing or print legibly

in black ink.

3.

Remember that you must submit copies of all your original documents. (Not the original
documents themselves)

4.

Copy/Scan Your Entire Application: Make a photocopy or scan of your entire application,
including the checks or money orders. You ma
y need to refer to your application again in
the future (or show it to an advocate or attorney). This is especially important if the
Dream Act passes, or if you become eligible to file for permanent status; you will want a
record of everything you stated i
n your DACA application.

5.

Label and Protect Your Photographs: On the back of your photographs, label in pencil
your full name and date of birth. Place both photographs in a small plastic bag (like a
sandwich bag) and paperclip (do not staple) them to front
of your application (behind the

Form G
-
1145).

6.

Sign All Forms: Make sure your original signature is on all USCIS forms (Form I
-
821Dand
Form I
-
765)