As a DACA recipient, you are aware of the complexities and uncertainties that come with navigating life in the US. However, with the option of Advance Parole, you can temporarily leave the country for meaningful and transformative experiences, without sacrificing your DACA status.
Despite its potential benefits, many DACA recipients may be unaware of Advance Parole or may hesitate to pursue it. To help shed light on this valuable opportunity, we have outlined some of the reasons why DACA holders should consider applying for Advance Parole:
- Rekindling Family Bonds: Advance Parole allows DACA recipients to travel outside the US and reunite with their loved ones, including family members who may reside in other countries.
- Enriching Personal and Professional Development: With the opportunity to immerse oneself in new cultures and environments, Advance Parole provides an opportunity for DACA recipients to expand their perspectives and enhance their personal and professional growth.
- Securing a Brighter Future: With the future of the DACA program uncertain, it is essential to explore all options and have legit entry such as Advance Parole, for safeguarding one’s future immigration status. The Advance Parole process is currently taking 3-6 months from submission to approval.
It is understandable that some DACA recipients may feel intimidated by the thought of the Advance Parole process. However, with the assistance of a skilled immigration attorney, the process can be manageable and stress-free. At the Immigration Law Offices of Hadley Bajramovic, we are dedicated to guiding our clients through this opportunity and maximizing its potential for them.
Considering the current climate surrounding DACA, it is more crucial than ever to consider all options for securing one’s future. With the help of experienced legal counsel, the process of obtaining Advanced Parole can be straightforward and seamless. Do not miss this chance to unlock new possibilities – contact the Immigration Law Offices of Hadley Bajramovic today for more information.