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  1. Dream Act 2013

    1. Forum News & Announcements

      All important forum updates are to be posted here. This also includes contests and giveaways.

    2. Dream Act News

      Discuss all the latest news and information about the Dream Act.
      Deferred Action news will also be available.

    3. Dream Act Questions & Answers

      All questions relating to the Dream Act will be answered here.
      Deferred Action questions will also be answered.

    4. Dream Lounge

      Discuss anything that relates to the Dream Act and also talk about experiences and extra knowledge you may have.

    5. Local Action

      Let us know about any local protests, rally's, conferences so we can all be more involved.

  2. Dream Act Talk

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      Share your story and tell us a little about yourselves. Details, Details, Details People!!

    2. General Discussions

      Discuss anything not relating to the Dream Act Directly. Anything goes.

    3. Life After Deferred Action

      Discuss new openings in life including driving, jobs, flying, and anything else you come across. Anything you see deemed to relate, post HERE.

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      Create polls and discuss the questions.
      Poll questions may be used on blog.

    5. Resume/Job Help

      Help with creating resumes and getting ready to apply for new jobs. Also locating and discussing possible jobs are discussed here.

  3. Dream Act Inquiries

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      If you have any new ideas, questions, problems, we would like to hear about it. We are all about making things better.

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    • sotero_gonzalez

      I apologize for being absent for a long time.  I have been selfish because when I needed advice or knowledge about DACA and the process, this forum and it's members were the only ones that were always willing to help in any way possible.  I got caught up with life and growing up, being a father, trying to provide for my family and other things.  I guess I thought that since I already had my EAD, I had nothing else to do here.  I was dead wrong, we are still fighting the good fight not only for us but for the generations after us.  Now I find myself on another process trying to get permanent residency through advance parole.  If anyone has any questions about what I filled or the process in general, feel free to message me.
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    • Calidreamer

      Patience is something you admire in the driver behind you and scorn in the one ahead of you. 
      -Mac McCleary
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    • Calidreamer

      Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time; it is regret for the things we did not do that is inconsolable. 
      Sidney J. Harris
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    • Calidreamer

      If "Plan A"
      Didn't work
      The alphabet has
      25 more letters!
      Stay cool DREAMers!
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    • Calidreamer

      It's close to midnight
      Something evil's lurking from the dark
      Under the moonlight
      You see a sight that almost stops your heart
      You try to scream
      But terror takes the sound before you make it
      · 0 replies
    • Calidreamer

      until your
      haters ask
      if you're hiring
      Good Morning and Happy Monday DREAMERS!
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    • Calidreamer  »  halves

      Welcome to the forum Halves
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  • Latest Posts

    • I send you a msg I want to know how your case is going!!!
    • hey guys. just seeking advice. i got a dwi back in 2015. havent renewed because i dont qualify. im thinking of taking a shot and renewing but im afraid ill get denied, and all lawyers tell me not to do it. ive stayed out of trouble and it was the biggest mistake of my life. never thought this would affect me for the rest of my life, and i wasnt even told this would affect my daca. according to the lawyer given to me, she said immigration does not look at misdemeanors. guess she wasnt too educated on DACA. i am in NYC and "expungement" does not exist here. wanted to know has anyone ever gotten approved WITHOUT expunging their case. ive got an associates and currently in the process of pursuing my BSN. (nursing) however i cant do that without any documents. any advice??? thanks!
    • Hello everybody I have a question and hopefully anyone can help me. I put my DACA application on August 2017, in September 2017 I got my appointment for my finger prints, in the application I didn't put anything for my work history as that worked with other names. I only worked with another name that wasnt mine the ssn and name were real, and I worked with my name but with fake SSN and fake birthdate and I didn't put that on the application. Would that affect me? Is that going to affect me? What should I do? Please if anyone can help me I would appreciate it. Thank you.
    • I applied for advanced parole early last year.  I got approved and went to Mexico in late April.  My wife petitioned for me in July of 2017 (i485 since my i130 was already submitted and approved).  In August we got a letter stating that I needed a sponsor because my wife's income was not enough.  That same month I went through that "immigration physical" to make sure I had all of my shots and no TB.  Mayor tip, don't loose your immunization card because you might end up paying through the nose for shots you may or may not have gotten after high school.  I found a school friend that was able to sponsor me and sent back complete documents in September of 2017.  On April 10th of 2018 we got the notice an interview date had been selected for my i485 case.  My interview date was May 15th, 2018.  I received a notice on May 18th that my i485 case was approved and I now have permanent residency for 10 years.  Finally!! After being in the U.S since I was 4 years old, I have my permanent residency.  I will update my timeline later but feel free to ask me any questions regarding advanced parole and any of the processes that follow.  Again, if it weren't for this site that answered many of my questions when I first applied for DACA back in 2012, none of this would be possible.  Thanks you to everyone that answered my dumb questions and everyone that is on here sharing the knowledge about these processes to the masses.