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Deferred Action Attorneys | Relief for Dreamers and DREAM Act Lawyers

DO NOT apply for deferred action without at least consulting a qualified legal professional with knowledge and experience in immigration law. While the forms and information may seem basically straightforward, every case is different, and no well-meaning organization can adequately consider your unique circumstances and the risks you may face by processing your application as one of several dozen they are handling that day. For many applying for deferred action this may be the biggest decision of their lives. Given the high stakes of filing this application you must take the process seriously. The risks of improper filing include denial without the possibility of appeal or, in some cases, deportation.

DO get ready if you think you may be eligible.

  1. The most important thing you can do to prepare is consult with a qualified and reputable immigration attorney regarding your background and eligibility. A knowledgeable immigration professional will work with you to confirm your criminal history and other aspects of your prospective application for deferred action. An immigration attorney will also be able to coordinate with you in gathering the documents and evidence you will need to prove your eligibility.
  2. Please take a minute to fill out the form on this website or call our toll-free number above to sign up for one of our free information sessions. At the end of each of these sessions we offer an opportunity for questions and answers if you have specific questions that weren’t addressed during the session.
  3. For your records, obtain a copy of:
    1. Your birth certificate (the original or a certified copy)
    2. Any records demonstrating your physical presence for at least the past 5 years, including proof of
      presence prior to age 16
    3. Proof of education completion, or proof of military service or proof of school in progress
    4. Certified copies of all criminal or traffic dispositions (if applicable)

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Our Law Firm

The Law Offices of Brian MurrayHeadquartered in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., our immigration law firm represents individuals across the country. In particular, we represent individuals seeking relief from deportation and those seeking long-term immigrant status or citizenship.
Call (888) 280-0810 or (703) 352-2650 for more information.

4085 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 201
Fairfax, VA 22030
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Toll Free: (888) 280-0810
Telephone: (703) 352-2650
Facsimile: (703) 763-2304