Los Angeles Deferred Action

Deferred Action Could Be The Answer You’re Looking For

Under a new program enacted by the US government in 2012, qualifying individuals living in Los Angeles and all over the country may be eligible for deferred action status. David M. Sturman, an immigration lawyer, is ready to help individuals apply for this opportunity. Deferred action status makes it possible for people who came to the United States as children to legally avoid deportation proceedings. If you meet the requirements, you may even be able to remain in the country after receiving a final removal notice.

Find Out If You’re Eligible

Residents of Los Angeles who meet the following criteria should consider submitting a petition for deferred action without delay if they:

  • Were in the US on June 15th, 2012
  • Were under the age of 31 on June 15th, 2012
  • Came to the United States as a child (age 16 and under)
  • Lived in this country continuously since June 15, 2007
  • Have no criminal history
  • Have either graduated or are currently pursuing a high school education, or are a veteran of the US military

If you meet the requirements above, contact the Law Office of David M. Sturman to learn how to proceed with your deferred action application. Once your status has been granted, all removal hearings will be discontinued. Your status will last for up to 2 years. Many people will have the option to renew their deferred action at that time. If your application is approved, you will be eligible for a legal work permit and you may be able to pursue other benefits, such as a driver’s license.

Have Questions? Contact David M. Sturman

US immigration laws are complicated and they are always changing. If you believe you might be eligible for deferred action, but are concerned about your current immigration status, contact the Law Office of David M. Sturman at 818-714-2226 today. David M. Sturman is a caring, compassionate attorney who is fully committed to helping the people who need help the most. He provides a free confidential consultation to all Los Angeles area residents. He will take the time to patiently answer all of your questions. After learning the specifics of your situation, Paul will advise you on how to proceed next. Call 818-714-2226 or email David M. Sturman today to find out if this exciting development in US immigration law can help you.