This will broaden those who are eligible for DACA significantly. Before this new change in the law you had to prove that you were born after June 15, 1981 and that you had lived continuously in the U.S. since June 15, 2007 until the present day. There were many who were born before June 15, 1981 that otherwise qualified that could not apply. They now do. In addition, USCIS has shortened the "continuous physical presence" requirement which should make it a bit easier to prepare the packets.
Can you get more than a work permit? It's possible to get a green card through DACA if, and only if, you have a U.S. citizen spouse or child (over 21) and you have a lawful entry to the U.S. If you last entered illegally, it is possibly to gain a lawful entry now that you have DACA status by applying for what is called "advanced parole". Please call my office immediately to discuss this issue.
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