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Custodial Power of Attorney - Interactive Interview

A Custodial Power of Attorney (CPOA) is a document that gives another person temporary power to make decisions for your children. It is advised that you create a Custodial Power of Attorney with your designated caretaker as a way to possibly avoid having your children go into foster care if you are picked up by ICE. A Custodial Power of Attorney is a private agreement between you and another person, and is NOT a court order. If the children's mother and the father both live in the home with the children, both parents should sign the CPOA.

What you Need to Know about DACA

Since the termination of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on September 5, 2017, there have been many questions. This short info sheet lays out some basic information. Added categories on 12/7/2017

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