Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals

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Deferred action for childhood arrivals

The last three years it has been nonstop conversation of what to do with the men, women and children coming across various borders. The talk on national news about immigration and showing the children in the detention room filled with other children laying on the cold concrete floors. These children came with two parents and or one parent and sometimes they came alone hoping they will not be killed, assaulted and or raped along the way. The administration has undertaken a specific role of what should be done with nationals with requiring them to apply for immigration status. There are several considerations when applying for status and it is lengthy all by itself here are the requirements.
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Individuals who can demonstrate with documentation to meet these guidelines will be considered for deferred action it will be on a case by case basis under the guidelines set by Homeland Security.
If the child or young teen male/female came before June 15, 2012 and before there 16th birthday where detained by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and currently in the immigration detention you cannot apply for deferred action for childhood arrivals. Should the child or young teen male/female find out they meet the requirements they must go to the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office for a case review.
This is where I believe is contradicting it also states if you think you meet the guidelines of the process referenced above you should go directly to your detention officer, or the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer of the public advocate so the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can review your case. I have concerns with this part of the requirements and the detained minors who cannot speak for themselves do they have a case worker or advocate to point out they meet requirements and can

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