FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 12, 2012 - The iDreamAct.com website announced today that anyone interested in receiving up to date information on the recent announcement by the Obama administration for their simplified version of the Dream Act will be able to register on their site.
On Friday June 16, 2012 President Obama’s administration will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children with no criminal record.
It was also announced today that the site has developed an online forms preparation system that will assist any qualified individual to prepare and file their application.
Qualified individuals will be offered the benefit of using a lawyer or do-it-yourself without a lawyer. The cost for both services will be announced as soon as the final regulation has been established.
The webmaster of this site Moses Apsan, an immigration attorney with over 28 years of experience commented that "There are many young people that cannot afford the benefit of hiring a law firm and instead turn to unscrupulous unlicensed notarios or immigration consultants which in many cases create problems for the applicants. It is my concept that instead of turning to these non licensed individual, any qualified applicant will be able to process their case simply and easily by using the idreamact.com website without the cost of hiring a lawyer. If they prefer to have a lawfirm represent them they have that option."
Benefits of Registering with idreamact.com
1. You will receive updates of all the latest news and information;
2. As soon as the final rules are available you will be informed;
3. You will be able to prepare all the forms necessary for for filing right on this site;
4. You will be able to use our law firm to process your case or;
5. You will be able to prepare the forms and receive the instructions on how to file and process your case without a lawyer.
File the Dream Act application with a lawyer or do-it-yourself (DIY or prose). Your choice. You will be informed of all the cost involved as soon as the final rules are available.
For more information go to idreamact.com or apsanlaw.com.