UPDATE, On September 13, 2023, the federal judge in Texas overseeing the lawsuit challenging DACA ruled that the Biden Administration’s updated federal regulations are unlawful. The DACA case will be appealed to a higher court.
FOR OUR COMMUNITY MEMBERS: Those who have DACA can continue to renew their DACA and work permits and apply for advance parole. However, the Department of Homeland Security is still not processing any new initial DACA applications. This remains unchanged from prior to the September 13 ruling.
Contact an ICIRR partner organization if you’re ready to renew your DACA:
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ICIRR DACA Renewal Scholarship (updated Sept. 14, 2023)
ICIRR has a limited amount of funds specifically to cover the USCIS fees for DACA applicants in need.
USCIS Fees will be covered fully at $495. Contact an ICIRR partner TODAY to check your eligibility.
To qualify for the DACA Renewal Scholarship, applicants:
Need to be eligible to renew their DACA application
Must submit their renewal application through an ICIRR partner organization
Must have an annual household income that is under 100% of the Area Median Income; a household making above the amount listed based on household size will not be eligible for the Scholarship
Need to submit proof of income to be considered for the Scholarship
Scholarships are subject to availability and are on a first-come first served basis.
To check your eligibility, contact one of our partner organizations today.