It is expected that President Obama’s recent Executive Order on Immigration will now allow millions of DREAMers to apply for work permits and protection from deportation– but what is not widely known is how complicated, confusing and daunting the filing process can be.
Of the more than 6.5 immigration application forms filed with the USCIS (United States Citizen and Immigration Service) each year, 9% are rejected due to minor omissions and clerical errors.
It is expected that 4.9 million additional dreamers will now be eligible to apply for relief from deportation. That’s why online software company FileRight (FileRight.com) decided to launch a new online software to help these newly eligible DREAMers complete and file their immigration paperwork in a simple and secure way, by walking them every step of the way.
FileRight has the only 100% guarantee in the industry. If the application is denied, the company promises to reimburse customers the cost of FileRight’s fees plus government filing fees (up to $465 for DACA).
A free Guide “Getting Ready for Expanded DACA” which explains how now eligible DREAMers can apply for these work permits and deportation deferral, is available in English and Spanish, and can be downloaded for free at: www.FileRight.com
###Official Press Release###
SAN FRANCISCO, February 10, 2015— As hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants gear up to apply for work permits and protection from deportation through the Expanded DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), online software company FileRight offers these undocumented immigrants, also known as DREAMers,a simple and secure way to complete and file their paperwork.
Out of the estimated 6.5 million immigration applications filed with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) every year, hundreds of thousands are rejected for clerical mistakes. With the upcoming release of Obama’s new undocumented programs, the USCIS can expect up to 4.9 million more applications coming its way. FileRight gives immigrants the option to complete forms using easy-to-use online software, helping ensure their forms are filed properly.
Similar to how online tax prep software helps taxpayers complete their IRS returns, FileRight allows immigrants to complete their U.S. immigration paperwork on their own through its simple, secure online platform. Available in English and Spanish, FileRight software walks customers through immigration forms question by question and provides detailed instructions on how to properly file their papers with the U.S. government. The company also promises to reimburse customers the cost of FileRight fees plus their government filing fees (for DACA that’s $465) if their application is denied.*
“My family and I have personally experienced the confusion and anxiety involved in completing immigration papers,” said FileRight CEO and founder CesareAlessandrini. “I founded FileRight to help the millions of immigrants and DREAMers file their paperwork right.”
FileRight software for Expanded DACA will be available online at www.FileRight.com in late February 2015. To help eligible DREAMers get ready for Expanded DACA, FileRight has published “Getting Ready for Expanded DACA” available in English and Spanish for FREE download at www.FileRight.com. The guide details how DREAMers and other undocumented immigrants can apply for deportation deferral and employment authorization.
FileRight is an online software company dedicated to setting immigrants on the path of success by focusing on one thing: getting immigration forms filed right. Whether it’s an application for citizenship, a family-based green card, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or other U.S. immigration forms, the FileRight online software walks you through each immigration form step-by-step, reviews every answer to make sure nothing gets missed, and provides detailed instructions on how to properly file your papers with the U.S. government.