Documented Dreamers: Aging Out of the US Immigration System

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Many children who came to the US legally – often as dependents on their parents’ temporary work visas – risk aging out of the US immigration system when they turn 21. Often, these individuals are either left waiting in the green card backlog, or they do not have a clear path to permanent residency.

During this live session, Partner and Attorney Diya Mathews and Business Development and Outreach Manager Neha Mahajan discuss options available for these documented dreamers, including:

  • Relief under the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA).
  • Changing status to F-1 and H-1B visas.
  • Getting a family-based green card after aging out.
  • Avoiding common pitfalls when changing status.
  • And more.


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