Frequently Asked DACA Questions
Will new DACA applications be accepted?
USCIS is accepting new applications from anyone who did not previously have DACA. This means that anyone who became eligible for DACA after September 2017, or otherwise never applied before then, will be eligible to apply, if they meet DACA requirements.
How much is the filing fee?
The USCIS filing fee for DACA renewals remains $495.
My DACA expired in 2017 and I did not renew, am I still eligible to apply?
As of December 7th individuals who previously had DACA but did not renew will still be able to apply again. These applications will be considered “initial,” USCIS will still accept and process them.
I have DACA, can I now travel outside the United States?
I arrived after June 15th, 2007, Will I qualify to apply for initial DACA?
Is there any financial assistance to pay the USCIS fee?
Can DACA recipients get unemployment benefits in Illinois?
Do I need need new fingerprints for renewal applications?
What if my DACA is delayed?
Visit this guide to know what steps to take if your DACA is delayed after filing.