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Overview

The DREAM Act

The DREAM Act has never been enacted as law. However, young immigrants who are enrolled in or graduating high school in the U.S. may now be eligible to apply for temporary relief called “deferred action.”

The benefits of “deferred action” as stated in DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) law could change the lives of a million-plus undocumented young people now living in the U.S.

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Do you feel like you are the only person experiencing immigration issues? Ever feel like you are fighting this fight alone? At Bennett Law Center, our DACA immigration attorneys are here to help. Learn more about our law firm and the attorneys committed to your success by clicking the button below.

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What is DACA?

Deferred action, in a homeland security context, means that the federal government has the latitude to forego deportation enforcements against certain people for a specific period of time. For childhood arrivals, DACA calls for a two-year grant of deferred action toward those who are not in lawful immigration status, and who entered the country as minors.

Additionally, DACA does not confer lawful immigration status or provide a path to citizenship. Its beneficiaries qualify for work authorization and lawful employment; the ability to apply for a Social Security number; and, if a particular state’s law permits it, the right to obtain a driver’s license.

Can DACA be renewed?

DACA and a work authorization can be renewed after a two-year period pending fulfillment of certain criteria. The Department of Homeland Security has the authority to renew or terminate a DACA grant whenever it sees fit.

How We Can Help You?

During your initial consultation at the Bennett Law Center, our immigration attorneys can explain the qualification criteria for DACA, and how the Dream Act could provide educational benefits for children of foreign-born parents.

Do you have questions about any aspect of immigration law in Florida? Contact us to schedule your initial consultation today. Call 352-557-8989 toll free. You can also email us and find us on Facebook.

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Client Testimonials

The attorneys and staff at the Bennett Law Center not only work zealously for their clients, but they truly care for and about them. This firm goes above and beyond in working towards their clients' immigration goals.

George C. – Former Client

The Bennett Law is dedicated and passionate, and the attorneys put a lot of effort toward my case. This law firm is legit and they will do what it takes to help anyone achieve their legal status here in the USA.

Jose T. – Former Client

Attorney Bennett and her entire staff is very compassionate. They stays on top of everything and explains your case. Ramon is super excellent and tried everything to help you.

Terry C. – Former Client

Attorney Bennett really cares and is rooting for you the whole time. She's an awesome attorney! She and her team were able to do things other attorneys said were impossible.

Ericka L. – Former Client

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If you are experiencing issues related to your immigration status and need legal help, contact Bennett Law Center today to schedule an initial consultation.
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