In recent testimony before Congress Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano indicated that more details regarding deferred action for DREAM Act-eligible persons would be forthcoming around August 1. While DHS outlined the broad criteria for the program on June 15, no additional details have yet been published including costs, procedures, and answers to detailed eligibility questions. Hopefully these items will each be addressed by DHS on the 1st. Applications cannot be submitted at this time.
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