The United States Supreme Court issued a precedent decision on June 9, 2014 limiting the options for derivative beneficiaries who age out (turn 21) while waiting for a visa to become available. Although the decision is negative, it does not change the current options for people in this situation as the Board of Immigration Appeals had already set this precedent in Matter of Wang, 25 I&N Dec. 28 (BIA 2009).
On June 5, 2014 the Department of Homeland Security announced the renewal procedures for those who had previously been approved for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. With the announcement there is a new form for both renewals and those applying for the first time.
Univisión Colorado presents a story on an alarming new trend that could be coming to Denver.