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.
Ahahahahahahahaha 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
I just got my notification that my Daca was approved and my work permit was order and in processed. I waited a full year to get a response but well worth it. Thank you everyone for the support and sharing your experiences.
I am an old "Dreamer". I graduate college before OBAMA passed DACA. I struggled and made ends meet before we had a legal way of working. Like all Dreamers, I waited for things to change. But after 17 years of waiting, I eventually decided to move on. I decide to be in a country that wanted me there. Thus, I legally immigrated to Canada from the USA. And let me know tell you guys. There is no feeling like this. I no longer have my immigration status as a huge weight on my back. I am free of that damn weight. If you are interested in hearing learning about my story or how I did it. Ping me on twitter. I am at @ridrodez.