The Presidentreleases immigration executive action – immigration lawyers in charlotte nc to offer representation to all applicants

The President announced a set of new executive actions to geive relief from deportation for large numbers of aliens currently in the US without documentation. Particularly, the the Administrration has announced that the DACA (“DACA”) program will be expanded to contain all alines who entered the US before the age of sixteen and who have been present in the US since January 1, 2010. Applicants will need to produce evidence they do not have any felony convictions or serious misdemeanors on their record, and no more than two minor misdemeanors. Applicants also need to produce evidence they have graduated from an accredited high school, have earned a GED, or that they are currently working on their diploma or GED. Allowed applicants will be given a protection from deportation by the DHS and a three-year EAD (instead of the two-year work permit provided under the 2012 DACA program), which may be renewed. With these EAD , Allowed applicants can also receive valid social security numbers and driver’s licenses in North Carolina.

Also, the Mr Obama has announced a new program tentatively titled DAP, which will provide the same benefits as the expanded DACA program (protection from deportation and renewable three-year work permits) to all applicants who are parents of United States citizen or LPR children and who have been present in the US since at least January 1, 2010. Applicants would also need to meet the criminal background check requirements. However, DAP applicants will not have the same education requirements. We here at Charlotte Immigration Law Firm are excited for these new programs and look forward to assisting our clients obtain these benefits. If you or a family member is interested in this program, call our Immigration Lawyers in Charlotte NCat (704) 900-2925 or email at contact@charlottelaw.net to schedule an appointment or to reserve your seat for one of our upcoming free information presentations!

About us: Charlotte Immigration Law Firm is a boutique legal practice focusing exclusively in the area of immigration and nationality law. Opened in 2009, the Firm handles a full range of immigration matters, including employment and family based immigration petitions, removal defense, and appeals. Our immigration lawyers in charlotte nc and legal staff help aspiring Americans, their families, and their employers navigate the complexities of U.S. immigration law. We represent our clients before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”), the Executive Office for Immigration Review (“EOIR” or “Immigration Court”), the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”), and consular posts around the world. We provide affordable immigration advice and representation to individuals, families and companies locally and worldwide. As your Immigration Lawyers in Charlotte we strive to construct personalized legal strategies for our clients, and deliver quality advice and competitive services in a trustful, honest, and professional manner. Our Immigration Lawyers in Charlotteoffer clients absolute confidentiality, a rigorous and innovative approach to your legal problems, while the firm’s light structure allows for undivided personal attention and affordable representation. If you need assistance with any immigration matter, please contact our Immigration Lawyers Charlotte NC at 704-944-3239. Our Immigration Lawyers Charlotte provide business immigration advice and representation locally and worldwide. Alex Muntean is an Immigration Attorney providing immigration advice and representation.

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