DACA Fee Assistance with Mission Asset Fund (MAF)
By Sadhana Singh September 21, 2021
Dear Currently Enrolled Scholars,
First, an important note. It is imperative that you renew your DACA on time. USCIS requests that you submit your DACA renewal 150 days before it expires. A year lapse of your DACA (meaning your DACA has expired for a year or more) will deem your request an initial request. USCIS is not permitted to approve initial DACA requests or accompanying applications for employment authorization while the court order from the Southern District of Texas remains in effect. So please renew your DACA as soon as you can.
Did you miss the Mission Asset Fund (MAF) presentation where it tells you how you can receive the $495 fee to renew your DACA? You can now watch the recording here: https://missionassetfund-org.zoom.us/…/TPwetxX5ZKhe9Sao…
The DACA FEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM IS ONLY FOR CURRENT SCHOLARS
STEPS TO TAKE TO RECEIVE THE $495 GRANT
Step 1) Fill out the Pre-Application form.
On question 13. How did you hear about MAF? Select: TheDream.US
Submit pre-application. Once you’ve been pre-approved…
Step 2) Fill out Application
On question 20. How did you hear about MAF? Select: TheDream.US
Step 3) Getting the Check
Once your application has been approved, the MAF Team will mail you a $495 check made out to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which you should send to USCIS along with your completed DACA application.
TIP: Submit your MAF application two weeks before 150 days when your DACA is set to expire. Send in your DACA renewal application with the MAF check between 150 and 120 days before your DACA expires.
If you have any questions, email [email protected]