Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Children who were brought to the United States prior to June 15, 2007, and before turning sixteen may be eligible to obtain employment authorization under the immigration procedures for Deferred Action.  Deferred Action requires that the applicant admit to the Department of Homeland Security that the applicant is in the country without permission.  It is therefore strongly recommended that the applicant consult with an attorney PRIOR to submitting any application to the government.

The Law Offices of Robert Vivona have been successfully counseling applicants through the immigration process for fourteen years.  Most Deferred Action cases can be handled for a flat fee of $900 plus government filing fees.  The client can expect personal service and direct contact with the attorney throughout the application process.  The attorney will prepare the application package and provide legal advice regarding the applicant's rights.  If you would like to speak with the attorney about your concerns regarding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, please click on the Schedule a Consultation page.