Do I need an attorney to file for dapa?



David Leopold's picture

It depends on your case. If your case presents complicating factors--criminal convictions, other adverse factors--it's advisable to review your case with a licensed attorney. Even if your case is straight forward, it's important to remember that DACA and DAPA are guidelines for the exercise of discretion by the immigration agents. So, it's always smart to work with the assistance of a licensed attorney.

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