DACA can be broken into two types, Initial Filing and Renewals. For an initial filing, the applicant may apply to receive DACA if they meet the eligibility requirements. If you are unsure about your eligibility, please review the following link and its educational video: https://www.uscis.gov/humanitarian/consideration-deferred-action-childhood-arrivals-daca.
For a renewal of DACA, the applicant should renew between 150 days and 120 days before their DACA expiration date. Filing during this window will minimize the possibility that a current period of DACA will expire before an applicant receives a decision on their renewal request.
We at Fickey Martinez Law Firm offer services to DACA Applicants and Current DACA Holders. Please look below at our expected fee and the expected USCIS processing fees.
|Category||Case Type||Attorney Fee||Estimated Processing Fee & associated costs||Fee Includes|
|DACA||Initial Application||$500||$495||G-28, I-821D, I-765, I-765WS, G-1145|
|DACA||Renewal Application||$335||$495||G-28, I-821D, I-765, I-765WS, G-1145|
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