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Website URL: e-rights/
Website Title: DACA and Your Workplace Rights
Description: This guide is from 2012 and it answers frequently asked questions about DACA as it relates to workplace rights. Many of the questions NILC has been asked about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program have to do with the rights of workers (1) when they apply for DACA, (2) after they have received DACA and have a work permit, and (3) when they are applying to renew their DACA. This FAQ is intended to answer those questions and to provide information that may be helpful when you apply for and after you’ve been granted DACA. If you’ve already been granted DACA, received your employment authorization document (EAD), and have urgent questions about your current job, see “Maintaining your current job. If you’re interested specifically in the process of applying to renew your DACA, see “The DACA renewal process. This FAQ does not replace the advice of a qualified lawyer. You should contact a lawyer if you have questions about your particular situation. NILC staff are also available to provide more information on the topics discussed below, but we’re not available to give you legal advice or represent you in court.

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