Do You Know What Is on Your Record?

Do You Qualify for DACA or DAPA?

A lot has been happening lately with immigration! November 20, 2014 was the big day Obama announced his new executive actions. Some of the more exciting possibilities include:

  • No Age Cap for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • New Deferred Action for Parents of US Citizens and Lawful Permanant Residents (DAPA)
  • New Rules for Provisional Waiver of Unlawful Presence

Do you think you may qualify for DACA or DAPA or some other immigration benefit? That would be great, wouldn’t it? Unfortunately, Immigration laws are complex and not everyone will qualify for these new options, especially if they have a criminal background, prior deportations or voluntary departures.

How to Run Your Record

If you are worried about how to get your record, don’t be! We can help! With your fingerprints and little bit of information we can run your record with many different sections of the governemnt in order to check things such as:

  • Criminal Records
  • Deportations
  • Voluntary Departures
  • Results of Immigration Cases
  • And More!

Don’t Spend Thousands on an Immigration Case Before You Run Your Record

It makes no sense to pay for an immigration case if you do not qualify for it. You will only put yourself at risk of exposure to immigration and possible deportation. It is a good idea that you find out what your criminal and immigration records have on them before filing for any type of benefit. Depending on your record, a skilled immigration attorney can tell you what your best options are and help you weight the pros and cons of each of your options.

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