1. Form I-821D.
Form I-821D is a document that must be completed and signed by the applicant in order to be considered for the DACA program. This form must include basic information about the applicant such as name, date of birth, address, and other contact information. Additionally, it requires detailed information regarding the applicant’s background, residency history, and employment information.
2. Form I-765WS.
Form I-765WS is an additional form that must be completed in order to be considered for DACA benefits. This form requires the applicant to provide detailed information about their current financial status and ability to support themselves while in the United States. This form will help determine the applicant’s eligibility for the program based on several factors such as income level, education level, and other resources available to them.
3. Form I-765.
Form I-765 is required for those who are applying for work authorization through DACA. This document requires applicants to provide detailed information about their employment history, educational background, and other qualifications. Additionally, it requires the applicant to provide information about their current employer or organization and any past jobs they may have had.
4. Form G-1145 (optional).
Form G-1145 is an optional document for those applying for DACA benefits. This form allows applicants to opt-in to receive text message or email notifications from USCIS regarding updates on their application status or upcoming appointments. This form is not required but can be helpful in keeping individuals updated on their DACA process.
5. DACA renewal cover letter.
The DACA renewal cover letter is a document that must be completed by the applicant when requesting a renewal of their deferred action under the program. This document includes detailed information about the applicant’s current status, eligibility for DACA benefits, and any other pertinent information necessary to request a renewal of their deferred action.
6. Supporting evidence for your DACA approval.
When applying for or renewing deferred action under the DACA program, applicants must provide supporting documents that prove their eligibility for the program. This could include proof of identity such as a passport or birth certificate as well as evidence of residence in the United States for an extended period of time. It is important to gather this evidence ahead of time to ensure you are able to submit everything required with your application or renewal request.
7. Two passport-sized photos.
Applicants must submit two recent passport-sized photos with their DACA application or renewal request. These photos must be taken within the last six months and must meet all of USCIS’s requirements for passport-sized photographs.
8. Money order for $495 for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Applicants must submit a money order in the amount of $495 to cover the cost of filing fees associated with their DACA application or renewal request. The money order should be made out to the “U.S. Department of Homeland Security” and should include your name and Alien Registration Number (if applicable).
9. Copy of your whole DACA renewal packet.
Applicants should make sure they have a copy of their entire DACA renewal packet before submitting it to USCIS. This should include all of the documents, forms and supporting evidence mentioned above. Having a copy of your entire packet can be helpful if any issues arise during the review process or if you need to refer back to something specific later on.
10. Packet addressed to the correct USCIS location.
Finally, applicants should make sure they are sending their DACA renewal packet to the correct USCIS location. This will vary depending on where you live and can be found on the USCIS website or by calling 1-800-375-5283 for assistance. Once all of the above documents and forms have been collected and addressed correctly, applicants can then submit their DACA renewal packet for review.
11. Tracked delivery service.
When submitting your DACA renewal packet for review, it is important to use a tracked delivery service so you can ensure that the packet has arrived safely at the correct USCIS address. This will also help if any issues arise during the review process and you need to refer back to when your package was delivered.