(This Guide does not substitute legal advice from an Attorney or accredited representative.)
Write your name exactly as it appears on your birth certificate unless you legally changed your name. If you have two last names, include both and use a hyphen (-) between the names, if appropriate.
This is if you will be receiving mail to an address where you do not reside, it will let the person know the correspondence is for you.
Call 1-800-898-7180, press “1” for English, or “2” for Spanish, Enter your A-number if your number is in the system, this means you probably had a deportation case at some time. Press “3” to know if a judge ordered a deportation (removal) against you. If you have a deportation order, please consult an attorney for further questions.
Alien Registration Numbers are identification numbers for non-citizens. It’s a way for the U.S. government to keep track of all the different immigration forms and petitions that a person might file over the years. Every immigrant gets a unique number, which they keep for life. If you have not had contact with immigration officials then you probably don’t have an Alien Registration Number (A Number).
(If you have used more than one name this includes nicknames, aliases, and maiden name, there is extra space provided on Part 8)
Hispanic or Latino. A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.
No, you will just need to post the same address from your previous application.
If you have not exited the United States since June 15, 2007, skip to question 8.
For Initial: List all the times you exited the United States since June 15, 2007. *Note additional space on Part 8
For Renewal: List only the times you exit (if) the United States since you last applied for I-182D and application was approved.
Yes, this also is a good form of identification
If you entered the United States without proper documents and never acquired status, then the best answer is “No Lawful Status.” If you entered on a visa or with parole and your status or parole expired before June 15, 2012, you may write “Status Expired” or “Parole Expired.” Note that if you entered on a “duration of status” visa, special rules apply. Do not write that you were “EWI” on June 15, 2012.
If you are currently in college, you should write “High School Graduate” to confirm that you graduated from high school. Provide details of the School you attended to including your graduation date/ diploma or the last date you attended school if you are still currently in high school.
(If you were never part of the U.S. Armed Forces or U.S. Coast Guard please, skip to Part 4)
Fill out 1 – 7 with the appropriate response. All of these must be completed.
Explain the circumstances on Part 8, read the form carefully to ensure you comply with the additional evidence requirements for these questions. If you have any legal questions, please consult an attorney or legal representative. If you are filing a Renewal request, and you have been arrested, indicted, and/or convicted of a criminal offense since the last time you filed for and received DACA, you must fill out the items that apply to you in this section (Part.4). You must also use Part 8. Additional Information to describe the circumstances and include a full explanation for any of the items you answered “yes” to in this section (Part.4).
Fill out 2.a. And 2.b.
When the applicant or the person helping the applicant fill this form comes to an agreement, by signing and dating this part will let them know that you fully understand their conditions, read carefully what you are agreeing before signing.
NOTE: If you selected Item Number 1.b. in Part 5 (meaning somebody helped interpret the form for you), you must complete Part 7. Contact Information, Declaration, and Signature of the Person Preparing this Request, If Other than the Requestor.
Enter If the person who completed this form is someone other than the person named in Part 1., including an attorney or BIA-accredited representative who provides pro bono assistance or an interpreter, he or she must complete this section of the form, provide his or her name, the name and address of the business or organization (if any), and his or her contact information.
This section is to allow you to add additional information that you might not have had enough space on the previous pages. If this is still not enough space you are able to make more copies of Part. 8.
For more tips on how to fill out this form please visit: https://www.uscis.gov/humanitarian/filing-tips-for-deferred-action-for-childhood-arrivals
For more tips on how to fill out this form please visit: https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/forms/i-765instr.pdf