CitizenPath is giving undocumented youth protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy a way to prepare all three DACA forms in one easy, low cost renewal process.
DACA is administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and requires applicants to file three separate forms for consideration (Forms I-821D, I-765 and I-765WS). In addition to the $465 USCIS filing fees, immigration attorneys will generally charge several hundred dollars for preparation of the three forms. This has made the program difficult to afford for candidates who are typically students, recently employed or unemployed.
CitizenPath, which was founded by immigration attorneys and internet experts, uses the web to simplify otherwise complex immigration forms required by USCIS. The company’s website provides applicants with step-by-step instructions and even alerts users when an answer could be problematic. CitizenPath’s service facilitates the preparation of the DACA application and provides simplified filing instructions for a low cost. Anyone can try CitizenPath’s service at no cost by visiting https://citizenpath.com/DACA. Here’s why people are using CitizenPath to renew DACA:
- Takes about 25 minutes to prepare all 3 forms
- Uses 128-bit SSL encryption to protect your data
- Hundreds of dollars less expensive than an attorney
- Advises clients when there could be a filing problem
When CitizenPath does find that an applicant’s case requires the attention of an attorney, no fee is charged. In fact CitizenPath charges no fee until the applicant is finished and satisfied. Payment is required to download the prepared form and filing instructions that have been customized to the applicant. Give it a try.
DACA Resource Center
Additional information about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is available in the DACA Resource Center. You’ll find articles on Getting a Social Security Number, Getting a Driver’s License, Building Credit after DACA, College Education for DREAMers, Employment Rights with DACA, Traveling with DACA and more.