Immigration Reform (DAPA, DACA, H4 EAD, etc)

Overview of Executive Actions on Immigration Reform

Although Congress is ultimately in control of legislating new law, the executive branch of the US Government has authority to change certain administrative rules applicable to the United States Citizenship and Immigrant Service. This page will provide a basic overview of new options that have been or may be introduced in the future and links to a more detailed overview of these various options. The categories include Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA), I-601A hardship waivers, and H4 Employment Authorization.

Click on any of the topics on the right to read a more detailed overview and to find additional articles, resources, case studies and more.

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