The DREAM Act which stands for Development Relief and Education for Alien Minors is a law which was passed to allow young immigrants who meet certain requirements the ability to stay in United States. In 2012 under the direction of President Obama the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was directed NOT to deport specific DREAM Act immigrants.
Who qualifies for the DREAM Act?
These are general guidelines and to ensure that you or a family member qualify it is best that you speak with us at Bambl & Associates (559) 734-5342
- You must have come the United States before you turned 16
- Have no felony convictions
- You are not a National Security threat
- You pass a background check
- Have proof that you’ve lived in the US for at five consecutive years since you arrived in the US
- Have graduated from High School in the US, received a GED, or have been admitted to an institution of higher education
- Were younger than 30 years old on June 15, 2012
- You did not have lawful status in the US on June 15, 2012
- You have not been convicted of 3 misdemeanors or more.
For more details on the DREAM Act and to see if you or a friend qualifies please give us a call for a Free Consultation (559) 734-5342 As a DREAM Act Attorney we can provide you with accurate information to let your know if you qualify for the Dream Act.