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How do I prove that I qualify for DAPA?
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How do I prove that I qualify for DAPA? คีโนบนมือถือ
Specific instructions about what documents will be acceptable are pending. Here are some ideas for documents you can begin to gather now.

To prove that you qualify for DAPA, you will need to establish your identity, your relationship to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident son or daughter, and your continuous residence in the U.S. since January 1, 2010.

In order to prove that you have lived in the U.S. continuously since January 1, 2010, you should gather documents such as financial records (lease agreements, phone bills, credit card bills), medical records, and school records (diplomas, GED certificates, report cards, school transcripts). As a rule of thumb, consider gathering at least one document for each 12-month period since January 1, 2010, until the time you submit your request for deferred action.

If you do not have documents to establish that you were in the U.S. for a significant part of the period between January 2010 and the present time (in other words, if there is a gap in your documentation), consider gathering affidavits from at least two people who have personal knowledge that you were in the U.S. during that gap.

In order to prove that you have a son or daughter who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you can provide copies of your U.S. citizen son’s or daughter’s birth certificate or passport, naturalization certificate, or green card.

If you have ever been arrested, you should request a copy of your criminal history from your state or from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). You should also request, from each court in which you had a criminal case, a letter describing what the judge ultimately decided in each case. This letter may be referred to as a “disposition letter” or “certificate of disposition.”

If it’s possible that you have an outstanding warrant, we suggest that you do not go in person to request any of these records. If you know you have or even think you may have an outstanding warrant, you should consult with an attorney about what would be the best way to proceed.