Many young people in Georgia and elsewhere who qualify for deferred action under Barak Obama’s executive order had shied away from applying. Not because they were afraid of being turned down, but because of fear that a President Mitt Romney would use the information to deport them.
However, speaking to a Denver Post reporter on Sunday, September 30,, Mr. Romney stated “The people who have received the special visa that the president has put in place, which is a two-year visa, should expect that the visa would continue to be valid. I’m not going to take something that they’ve purchased,” Romney said. “Before those visas have expired we will have the full immigration reform plan that I’ve proposed.”
This is great news for the millions of undocumented residents in America. This should allow individuals to move forward with the procedure. Betts and Associates can help Georgia residents in the following ways if you wish to apply. For $250, Betts and Associates will advise you on how to gather the necessary documents and proof, fill out the paperwork, update you on your status, and represent you at one administrative hearing or meeting if such a meeting is ever required in your case. There may be additional filing costs that will be the responsibility of the client. More information on those fees will be known once the federal government creates the documents. Also, it will be the client’s responsibility to acquire and pay for any official documents. If the client wishes help in acquiring documents, Betts and Associates will charge an additional fee. Out of State clients can also be assisted. Read more about that here.