Avoid Scams

What to be aware of to avoid Deferred Action scams:

  1. Avoid those  who guarantee they can get you an immigration benefit. All applications are determined by USCIS on a case-by-case basis. Experienced professionals can often give their opinions about your chances of success, but the decision is not in their hands.
  2. Avoid any service offering to have your deferred action application expedited with the government. The USCIS has stated that there will be no expedited service.
  3. Avoid paying for any immigration forms online. The government offers all forms for free at www.uscis.gov. We also offer all the Deferred Action forms on this website.

Educate yourself on the Deferred Action requirements and keep copies of all documents and payments made.