Dreamers Abroad

Students who have been approved for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) are qualified to pursue opportunities abroad with an Advance Parole program. Each student’s process will be unique to their own case. DACA students who are interested in pursuing education, humanitarian, or work abroad are strongly advised to work with an immigration attorney.

At this time, re-entry into the United States is not guaranteed to DACA students. Students who are currently pursuing global programs are highly encouraged not to continue with this process for the time being.

  1. Where do my program dates fall in regards to re-entry guidelines?
  2. How will I proceed through the legal process of obtaining Advance Parole?
  3. What can I plan in advance in the case of re-entry problems?
  4. Does my program have a support staff?
  1. Utilize the US Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) webpage for most up to date information.
  2. Seek out legal counsel of your own choosing.
  3. Work closely with your advisors
  4. Follow current events closely