Applying for DACA, I have a few questions and concerns (17yrs old)


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Govt Use of DACA Info

As regards DACA applicants who entered the U.S. with false papers: the DACA guidelines indicate that the current policy is not to refer a rejected applicant to ICE / issuance of NTA, except in instances of fraud -- the question is, was this poor draftsmanship, as it would seem to foreclose the DACA opportunity for a considerable number of potential applicants. Should a DACA applicant who entered under such circumstances be wary of even applying? (I realize the guidelines suggest that the triggering fraud would be in the application process itself, but I've read some articles suggesting that the focus might not be so narrow). What's your take?