This practice advisory serves as an introduction to "deferred action." Once called "nonpriority status," deferred action is a term of art in immigration law that literally acts as a deferral of deportation for qualifying individuals. While the government hesitates to call a deferred action "request" an application or a deferred "grant" a benefit, the practical reality is that it operates as a benefit for thousands of people and their families.
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