Check on your DACA status at USCIS website

Hope you had a great Christmas holiday. At the LUPE DACA youth meetings last week, a few people asked how they can use the USCIS.gov website to check on the status of their DACA and work permit applications. Below are step-by-step instructions. If you would like to receive helpful information via email about DACA and the Dream Act, subscribe to our DACA list here.

Hope you have a happy New Year!

Tania Chavez, DACA case worker with La Union del Pueblo Entero

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Check on your DACA status at the USCIS website

1.   Direct your internet browser to: WWW.USCIS.GOV

2.   Under the “Case Status” Box (located on the upper left corner) enter your receipt number (LIN#######)

3.  Under the “My Case Status” screen you are able to see on which step your case is at

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4.  Make sure that you check the LIN# for both applications I-821D and I-765

5.  At the bottom of the screen, you will also be able to to sign-up for text messages and email notifications

Those are the steps to check your DACA and employment authorization application status with USCIS.gov.

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2 responses to “Check on your DACA status at USCIS website

  1. “Check on your DACA status at USCIS website | La Unión del Pueblo
    Entero” was indeed a terrific article. In case it included even more photos this would certainly be perhaps even better.
    Thank u -Joan

  2. i want to check my case number

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