With President-elect Donald Trump set to take office in January, the future is uncertain for undocumented individuals. President-elect Trump could revoke or discontinue President Obama’s executive order governing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Therefore, now is the time for interested individuals to take action to apply for the DACA program. Under DACA, qualified individuals can obtain a driver’s license and Social Security number, work authorization, and are sometimes able study or travel outside the country.
There is no right of appeal under the DACA program, so it is important that the application is prepared correctly the first time. Attorney Paul Schultz has extensive experience representing qualified individuals in applying for the DACA program. Mr. Schultz can be reached in our Philadelphia office at (215) 567-1530 or our New Jersey office at (856) 273-6679.
Published December 20, 2016