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07-28-2013, 09:16 PM
Joined in Jul 2013
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During my senior year, this past spring, my guidance counselor gave me the number and address of a Legal Aid Society in Downtown Orlando that helped me with my DACA forms and can help with any type of civil cases. If you qualify based on income, it can be completely free! I was originally going to do DACA by myself, but when I gave all the evidence to the attorney, she suggested I get a lot more, and I did. SO far I still have to get my biometrics done the 1st of August, but I'm still collecting random evidence I find just in case I get a RFE. Better safe than sorry!

Anyway, here is the website:

My attorney is Camila Pachon, a fellow Colombian! She was a big help and keeps me up-to-date on my progress and anytime I have any questions, about anything related to civil matters (immigration, marriage, divorce, etc), she's a big help.

As for those of you not in Orange County, maybe there are non-profit state attorneys in your/close to your city.
Last edited by Naxield; 07-29-2013 at 01:23 AM..
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