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Renewing DACA

DACA Application Process

  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had regularly updated FAQs on DACA, "How to Guides" with information available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.  Additional resources include flyers and filing tips for what you need to know for filing a request for DACA and 
  • USCIS has also published a Guide for Employers
  • Data on DACA is available on USCIS' website. The data includes information on cumulative number of requests accepted for processing, biometrics appointments scheduled, requests ready for review and requests completed to-date are displayed.
  • Immigration Impact, The DACA Renewal Process: Everything You Need to Know.
  • American Immigration Council (AIC), Immigration Policy Center (IPC),  DACA Resources
  • National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC), DREAMer Resource Hub''

DACA and Taxes

Temporary Visitor Driver's License (TVDL) Information

Deportation Defense

  • Chicago Legal Clinic- non-profit organization offering low cost immigration legal services.
  • National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC)-provides direct legal services for individuals seeking deportation defense and assistance to immigration detainees
  • LAF-Provider of free legal services to people living in poverty in the metropolitan chicago area.

Government Agencies

Family-based Immigration Petitions

Public Benefits

  • LAF- Provider of free legal services to people living in poverty in the metropolitan chicago area
  • National Immigrant Law Center- National legal advocacy organization which provides advice on the rights of low-income immigrants and their families. 


Temporary Visitor Driver’s License

Victims of Domestic Violence and Crimes

General Legal Service Providers

Immigration Legal Service Providers

Additional Information