How Will the Ending of DACA Affect Me?

Nearly 800,000 Dreamers, young adults who benefitted from the DACA program, will be affected by the Trump administration’s decision to end DACA--also known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. For those who were brought to the United States as children and never became legal citizens, DACA has allowed them to live, work, and stay in the United States without fear of deportation. However, the ending of this program is in an effort to have Congress decide what to do with Dreamers and their rights granted by DACA.

If Congress fails to save DACA, the consequences could be disastrous. Those whose protection expires any time after March 6th, 2018, could be subject to deportation, and Customs and Border Protection will likely prevent them from reentry in the United States. The government’s official policy is those who are in the United States illegally should expect to leave in the near future.

Our team at K. Dean Kantaras understands this is a frightening prospect for countless Americans who are simply trying to succeed and contribute, which is why our Palm Harbor immigration attorneys seek to provide you with adequate advice and guidance regarding your status in the United States.

Contact Our Contact Our Palm Harbor Immigration Lawyer Today

If you or a loved one is in the midst of an immigration concern, particularly regarding DACA, it is essential you enlist the services of a Palm Harbor immigration attorney today, such as ours at K. Dean Kantaras. Our legal team will do everything in our power to offer you top-rated legal counsel, care, and representation, and there is nothing quite as important as your success and satisfaction. Allow us to be your trusted allies throughout this entire process--you won’t regret having us fight for you.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us at your earliest convenience by calling (727) 939-6113.

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