Friday, December 5, 2014

Latest DACA Processing Statistics As Of October 2014

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D Data withheld to protect requestors' privacy.
- Represents zero.
1. Refers to request for USCIS to consider deferred removal action for an individual based on guidelines described in the Secretary of Homeland Security'
2. The number of new requests accepted at a Lockbox during the reporting period.
3. The number of requests rejected at a Lockbox during the reporting period.
4. The number of requests that were received at a Lockbox during the reporting period.
5. The number of requests accepted per day at a Lockbox as of the end of the reporting period. Also note the average accepted per day for initial plus renewal will not equal the total average.
6. Refers to capture of requestors' biometrics.
7. The number of appointments scheduled to capture requestors' biometrics during the reporting period.
8. Refers to consideration of deferring action on a case-by-case basis during the reporting period.
9. The number of new requests received and entered into a case-tracking system during the reporting period.
10. The number of requests approved during the reporting period.
11. The number of requests that were denied, terminated, or withdrawn during the reporting period.
12. The number of requests awaiting a decision as of the end of the reporting period.

1) Some requests approved or denied may have been received in previous reporting periods.
2) The report reflects the most up-to-date estimate available at the time the report is generated.

Source: Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Biometrics Capture Systems, CIS Consolidated Operational Repository (CISCOR), October 2014

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