3 Tips For Proving DACA’s 14-Year Residency Requirement

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is in legal limbo, but attorneys told Law360 that those hoping to qualify for the protections it offers shouldn’t hold off on gathering documentation to satisfy its onerous residency requirements…

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