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The DACA application is actually (3) applications put together and a cover sheet. There is a lot of repetitive information, like “Name, Address, A#’s etc…”, so the “Preparer” can scan ahead and start filling in information on each part while the “Interviewer” is talking to the applicant.
- Form G-1145 Email authorization sheet.
- Form I-821D – Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – 7 pages
- Form I-765 – Application for Employment Authorization – 7 pages
- Form I-765 Worksheet – 1 page
- (2) U.S. passport photos (write name and A# on back in pen)
- Check or money order for $495, made payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
When you start with an applicant:
- The Interviewer help the applicant fill out the Citizenship Fair waiver form
- Both the Preparer and the Interviewer can work together to fill out the Citizenship Fair intake form
- The Interviewer needs to talk about confidentiality concerns – see slide below…
When you’ve finished the forms:
- Use this worksheet to be sure you have all the necessary parts and items to be copied, and that they are arranged in the correct order.
- Your applicant may need assistance on correctly filling out their check to the USCIS. You can give them this explainer from the front desk. Filling out a check to USCIS
The Interviewer needs to talk about this issue before they start.
- The applicant may want to keep their contact information confidential.
- If this is a concern, and they don’t currently have options, they can check out this: https://es.usps.com/manage/po-boxes.htm