This calculator will help you determine when you need to submit your Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)[?]What is this?
Immigrants who came to the United States as children and who meet certain requirements may be eligible for protection under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). While DACA is not a pathway to citizenship, it provides certain protections to qualifying immigrant youths. These protections include relative safety from deportation for two years (subject to renewal), and employment authorization.
To learn more about DACA, including how to renew, visit our DACA help page.
The best time to renew DACA is 150 to 120 days before your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) expires. If you apply for renewal within this window of time and USCIS delays processing your application, USCIS may provide you deferred action and work authorization for a short period of time until a decision is made on your case. If you send your renewal application to USCIS more than 150 days before your DACA and EAD expire, USCIS may return your application to you. Please note: this is the recommended window of time to reapply in. It is not a deadline. Even if you miss this window, you still have 120 days to reapply before your DACA expires.
Calculate your DACA renewal date below
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