To put it simply, DACA allows those who entered the US as children to obtain a work permit and a social security number. Successful DACA applicants will receive a work permit valid for 2 years. After that, you’ll be able to renew your permit for additional 3-year terms.
To enjoy the benefits of DACA, you’ll need to meet a handful of requirements:
If you don’t meet one or more of these requirements, you may still be eligible to apply. However, your case will need to be evaluated by an attorney to give you the best chance at success.
Our firm will make sure the application requirements are crystal clear, help you gather your application information, and accurately prepare your submission to the United States government.
Monument can have your DACA application ready to submit within just 48 hours of receiving your documentation and information.
Following submission, the US government typically takes about 7 months to process your application.
DACA renewals should be initiated at least 6 months prior to the expiration of your DACA status.
For those without legal status in the United States, DACA can be a golden ticket for obtaining a work permit and social security number—a promise from the government that you won’t be deported for as long as your DACA is valid.
More than just a number or a piece of paper, being recognized by DACA is peace of mind.
For your initial consultation and application, we charge a flat, no-hassle fee of $2000, or $500 for DACA renewals.
We believe all immigrants are entitled to fair legal counsel as they chase the American Dream, and that belief is reflected in our highly competitive pricing. That’s also why we’re proud to offer interest-free payment plans with an initial payment of just $500. If you choose to make your entire payment up front, you’ll receive a 10% discount.
Also, bear in mind that the government filing fee for both initial and renewal requests is $495.