On August 15, 2012, USCIS started accepting applications for consideration for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This survey is being distributed by multiple organizations and is intended to gather information about DACA implementation from attorneys, accredited representatives, and others who have assisted an individual in completing a DACA request. If you have screened or filed a DACA-related case, please complete this survey about your experience.

The data collected here will be released on a rolling basis by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the American Immigration Council (AIC) and the Immigration Advocates Network (IAN). Only these three organizations will have access to the actual responses to the survey, and no identifying information will be released without consent from the individual providing it.

Thank you!

* 1. Contact Information

* 2. May we contact you for further details about your survey response?

* 3. Have any of your clients received a Request for Evidence (RFE)?

* 4. In the RFEs that your clients received, what additional evidence did USCIS request? (Please check all that apply for your clients.)

* 5. Have any of your clients received a denial?

* 6. Have any of your clients been scheduled for an interview?

* 7. Have any of your clients received a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)?

* 8. Which service centers have adjudicated your clients' DACA applications? (Please check all that apply.)

* 9. Please indicate the time frame for when you/your client received each document/decision after filing the DACA application:

  Not Applicable Within 10 days of filing 11-30 days after filing 31-45 days after filing 46-60 days after filing 61-90 days after filing 91-120 days after filing More than 120 days after filing
Receipt Notice
ASC biometrics appointment
RFE (if applicable)
NOID (if applicable)
Interview appointment (if applicable)
I-821D decision
I-765 decision