Since the Obama Administration announced the Deferred Children for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Memorandum, which allows immigrants who meet certain requirements to apply for deferred action, 53,273 applications have successfully gone through the entire approval office and been accepted.
A total of 308,935 applications have been submitted for approval since August — 298,834 of those applications have been accepted for the approval process; 10,101 have been rejected; 273,203 have been scheduled for biometrics; and 124,572 are still under review for complete approval. Almost 4,827 average requests are filed per day.
Of the top countries of origin, Mexico is the highest with 212,514 applications received to date. The other top countries are El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Peru, South Korea, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and the Philippines. Of the top states of residence, California is the highest with 81,858 applications received to date. The other top states of residence are Texas, New York, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, Arizona, New Jersey, Georgia and Virginia.
There is no application deadline for DACA.
See you in my next blog.
Nalini S Mahadevan, JD, MBA
Lowenbaum Partnership, LLC
St. Louis, Missouri
The information is not meant to create a client-attorney relationship. This blog is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for legal advice. Situations may differ based on the facts.
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