USCIS Will Accept DACA Renewals as Early as Four Months Prior to Expiration
In September 2012, the USCIS began approving employment authorization for certain undocumented aliens who were eligible under DACA (Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals). The approvals were valid for two years, meaning that the first DACA approvals are set to expire in September 2014. Those who have been approved under DACA are eligible to apply for renewals as early as four months before expiration, meaning that some applications can be submitted as early as June 2014. Maximilian Law Inc. strongly suggests that those who are looking to renew their employment authorization under DACA begin the process as early as possible in order to avoid an interruption in status. Learn more about DACA.