A: | No. The Trump administration will no longer accept initial DACA applications after September 5, 2017.
A: | Applications submitted before September 5, 2017, it will be processed normally by USCIS. Renewal applications must be submitted by October 5, 2017 in order to be considered by USCIS.
A: | A SSN is a valid SSN number for life, even once work permit and DACA approval expire. If you have not yet applied for your valid SSN, find your nearest Social Security Administration office at https://www.ssa.gov/denver/ or by calling 1-800-772-1213 and apply immediately.
A: | A driver’s license or state identification card will continue to be valid until it expires. If you have not applied for a driver’s license or state ID card with your valid DACA work permit, do so immediately.
A: | Now, even minor criminal arrests or convictions can lead to placement into deportation proceedings or complicate your future immigration options. Before you plead guilty to ANY criminal charge, no matter how minor it may seem, be sure to consult with a trusted criminal defense attorney who understands the potential immigration consequences of your case.
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