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The DREAM Act would allow certain undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as a minor and graduated from a U.S. high school to remain in the country. During that time, if the resident completed at least two years in either military duty or at a four-year college or university, he or she could be eligible for an additional six years of temporary residency. During this six-year period, he or she could complete a college degree or serve additional years in the military, earning eligibility for permanent residency.
The DREAM applicant must prove that he or she:
This legislation has not been enacted into law yet, but we believe that it could pass within the next couple of years.
At Petty & Associates, PLLC , we keep track of the constantly changing landscape of green cards and immigration policy. Our attorneys keep our clients aware of all options available to them, and we leverage every available benefit to the advantage of the client.
**Disclaimer: The future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program is currently uncertain.
To arrange an initial consultation to discuss how recent changes in legislation could impact your immigration status, please contact a Dallas DREAM Act lawyer at our Texas firm today at 214-905-1420.
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