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What you must prove to be eligible for DACA

What you must prove to be eligible for DACA

1) That you are who you say you are, preferably by showing “official” — usually government-issued — identification

2) Proof of entry before 16 years old

3) Presence in the U.S. on June 15, 2007

4) That you had no legal status on June 15, 2007 (you entered the U.S. without inspection, or, if you entered U.S. with a valid visa, that visa expired before June 15, 2007)

5) Your continuous residence in the U.S. since June 15, 2007

– any departures must have been brief, casual, and innocent

6) You’ve graduated from high school, earned a G.E.D., or are currently enrolled in school

7) That you have no felony convictions, no “significant misdemeanors,” and no more than three (3) misdemeanors

8) You are not a threat to public safety or to national security

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