Learn more about President Obama’s Deferred Action plan for Parents (DAPA) as well as other immigration changes
TIP OF THE DAY: Keep in mind that there are 5 million people who will be eligible to apply for this new DAPA program. Once USCIS begins accepting applications, (which may be before May 20, 2015) it will be overrun with applicants. So, it will be important to be one of the first to enter your application. You must prepare now so that you are ready to submit your application the day it begins. If you have ever been stopped by police or arrested or held by police or ICE officers, it is important to have an attorney investigate your background to make sure you do not have a problem that will make you ineligible or possibly bring you before an ICE officer. The most common way to get your record from Immigration or Border Patrol is through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. This request can take up to 6 months. It is very important to request this now so that an attorney can review it and determine your eligibility before the program starts. With this new program, a lot of the work will be done by you and your attorney before it begins so that you are not waiting for 6 months or more to get your work permit. Prepare now and start gathering all the information you need to help your case. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at (870) 648-1055.
TIP OF THE DAY: Begin to gather all evidence to prove that you have lived continuously in the U.S. since January 1, 2010. This part of the Deferred Action process is the most time-consuming and the easiest part to mess up. The majority of denials are a result of failing to prove continuous presence in the U.S. Examples of proof can include rental receipts, car insurance, utility bills, medical records, school records, paycheck stubs, and any other type of document that has your name and a date on it. Ideally you should have sixty (60) pieces of evidence to cover the 60 months of continuous presence required under this immigration plan. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call our office at (870) 648-1055.
Abogados Hispanos Para La Comunidad Hispana
We handle all immigration cases including Family-based Petitions and Immigration Detention cases in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. ( Not licensed in Oklahoma and Louisiana to handle other legal matters but can refer you if necessary)
The Orta Law Firm offers affordable and personalized service for clients seeking criminal
defense and immigration removal defense. We also offer family-based immigration petitions,
including the recent Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and the New Deferred Action and Parental Accountability Program (DAPA). Contact us today for more
information and how we can help you. At Orta Law, you get to speak with your attorney,
not a middleman.
CALL TO FIND OUT IF YOU QUALIFY FOR DEFERRED ACTION
Immigration, Deferred Action, Criminal Defense, DWI, Personal Injury
Inmigración, Acción Deferida, La Defensa Penal, Accidentes
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Orta Law Firm ofrece servicios accesibles y personalizados para clientes que buscan servicios de defensa penal y defensa de deportación de inmigración. También ofrecemos servicios de peticiones migratorias a través de la familia, incluyendo el reciente Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (conocido como “Acción Diferida”). Contactenos hoy para mas informacion sobre como podemos ayudar. En nuestro bufete, le prometemos que usted puede hablar con un abogado licenciado y no alguien más.
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