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DACA Lawyer
Tucson, Arizona

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At the Moore Law Firm, we believe every individual and family deserves to have comprehensive and expert legal services and guidance to simplify their journey to becoming an American citizen. We specialize in helping families understand their immigration options, navigate the complicated and overwhelming DACA legal process, and provide the full-service support you need to ensure your immigration success.

If you or your child are facing removal proceedings, have a voluntary departure order, but believe you qualify to stay under the 2012 DACA, our expert and professional immigration attorneys are here to help.

Our DACA legal services are designed to help simplify your immigration process. We are always up to date on the latest changes and updates to immigration law so that we can provide expertise and efficiency to your case. We work closely with you and your family to develop a comprehensive and custom-tailored, and ultimately compelling argument why you should be granted DACA protection.

And if you don’t qualify for DACA, our team has the expertise to help you identify the next steps with a compassionate and personal touch.

With the Moore Law Firm DACA Lawyers by your side, you’ll finally have the peace of mind you deserve as you fight for your future in America.

Our DACA Lawyer can help you live your own American dream.

What is DACA?

DACA is the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals program implemented in 2012 to help protect children of undocumented aliens from deportation or removal. It defers them for two years to give them an opportunity to apply to renew their deferral for another two years when the time period expires.

Under U.S. immigration law, you are automatically subject to removal if you are in the U.S. illegally. And when the USCIS elects not to prosecute DACA participants, you’re able to apply for employment authorization, Social Security Numbers, and even student aid for higher education in many cases. So while you will be able to get a college education and work legally in the United States, under DACA, you will not be a U.S. citizen. Still, you will be designated what’s called “legal presence,” which prevents law enforcement from unlawfully arresting you based solely on your immigration status.

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    How our DACA Lawyer can help

    As the USCIS constantly updates the rules, requirements, and laws surrounding DACA, you must understand how to effectively and efficiently navigate through the red tape with precision and accuracy in every form and exhibit your file. Making one small mistake by accident on your file or paperwork can result in your inability to get approved to stay in the United States.

    They don’t mess around, nor do they have the time or take the time to help simplify the experience for you and remove the confusion. That’s where the DACA specialists at Moore Law Firm come in. We work closely with you to streamline your immigration process ensure that every form is filled out correctly and that all of your ducks are in a row before you file for DACA.

    Here’s a quick rundown of the DACA requirements to help you better understand your eligibility.

    • You must be undocumented.
    • Your parents brought you to the United States before the age of 16.
    • You were not 31 as of June 15, 2012.
    • You were present in the United States on June 15, 2012, and every day since August 15, 2012.
    • You were not legally in the U.S. on June 15, 2012.
    • You have the ability to prove continuous presence in the States from January 1, 2010.
    • You are enrolled in school.
    • You graduated from high school, have a GED, or enroll in a qualifying educational course.
    • You have not been convicted of a felony misdemeanor or have three non-significant misdemeanors on your record, and you don’t pose a threat to national security or public safety.

    What is considered a significant misdemeanor?

    These are crimes that a court has the ability to sentence you for up to one year but not less than five days. Some examples are convictions for DUIs, drug trafficking or sales, burglary, domestic violence, or violent crimes. Traffic offenses like speeding tickets or moving violations are not considered significant misdemeanors.

    The attorneys at the Moore Law Firm are here to help provide full-service, comprehensive, and expert DACA legal services with a personalized approach today.

    Call us to find out how we can help simplify your immigration journey today.