Category Archives: DACA

November 2018 DACA Update

I’ve been getting a lot of messages from DACA members about the program, so I wanted to give you an update on recent events.First, here’s a brief history about the DACA program. DACA was created by an executive order by President Obama in 2012. A little more than a year ago, in September 201...


DACA News

The DACA program has been reinstated nationwide for an indefinite period. Anyone can renew their DACA status regardless of when their DACA was granted.  You no longer have to wait until 5 or less months remain on your work permit. I'm willing to renew the DACA cases for anyone regardless of when th...


December 2017 DACA Update

I'm sorry to be focusing all my blogs on DACA, but it's important enough not just to the DACA members, aka Dreamers, but other groups of immigrants as well.Right now, the DACA members have the most political power because they have more public support than any other immigrant group. Probably all...


DACA Program Update – July 2017

There have been some recent headlines about DACA that I'd like to address. DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) is a program started by President Obama in June 2012 that granted 2 year work permits to people brought to the United States before turning 16 years old and who arrived here befo...


DACA Program Update

This past week, President Trump (I hate having to write that) again announced that he is not targeting "dreamers" for deportation. On Sunday, April 23, 2017, DHS Secretary John Kelly also said that during the 90+ days he's been on the job, there has been no focus on ending the DACA program. Since Tr...


DACA Program

It's now been 2 weeks since Donald Trump was elected President but it feels like it's been a year. The program that I am most worried about is the DACA program that President Obama started in 2012. I'm sure most people reading this know what the DACA program is so I won't bother getting into that. ...