What is Administrative Relief?
On November 20th, the President took action on Immigration Reform. , we will not only have an opportunity to learn more about how certain aspects of Administrative Relief will be implemented, but also how to prepare people locally for the application processes.
On Romero Parish Center, 207 N. Wright Street, Champaign. This orientation is a good opportunity to get any questions you may have about DAPA answered by a legal representative., our partners at the Immigration Project will provide an orientation on Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) at at Oscar
(Community building next to St. Mary's)
207 N. Wright Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Questions? Email the New Americans Initiative team at:
Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA):
Certain parents of sons or daughters who are US citizens or permanent residents (green card holders) will be able to apply for "deferred action"
- Entered the US before January 1, 2010
- Were present in the US on November 20, 2014
- Do not fall within ICE enforcement priorities
- DAPA would be valid for three years
- DAPA recipients could get work permits and could apply to travel outside the US
- DAPA will cost $465 (same as DACA)
The application period will start by late May (within 180 days of the President's announcement)
More information about Administrative Relief here: