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INSZoom Releases New DACA Module for Immigration Professionals

October 3, 2012

Immigration lawyers and other professionals can now use INSZoom´s DACA module to review and submit applications for consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012

On August 15, 2012, INSZoom.com, Inc., the world´s leading immigration compliance software company, released a new module to enable faster, more efficient submissions for consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The San Ramon, California-based company was the first to release such a module, just days after the federal government´s announcement of the official process for requesting DACA.

“Our success in the immigration industry has always been closely connected with our ability to respond to changes in legislative requirements in the United States and throughout the world,” said Umesh Vaidyamath, CEO, INSZoom. “Our DACA process module, released just after USCIS published its processes for consideration of DACA, is testament to our dedication to innovation in software for immigration compliance and case management.”

INSZoom´s DACA module provides a comprehensive, automated method for immigration lawyers and other immigration professionals to process DACA cases for consideration by USCIS. The module walks users through the process of requesting DACA and includes an automated review to determine whether an individual is eligible for consideration. The module is available within INSZoom´s industry-leading case management solutions. It can also be hosted on client websites so that prospective applicants can independently review eligibility through a simple online mechanism.

“INSZoom has tremendously helped in growing our practice by timely introducing technological services attuned to breaking developments in immigration law. Its proactive stance in developing DACA modules confirms the commitment of INSZoom to support immigration lawyers to quickly connect with prospective DACA clients who will, most likely, need the legal guidance of attorneys who are familiar with the attendant issues. INSZoom´s initiatives ensure that our firm remains competitive by providing the tools for us to effectively manage all types of immigration cases, including DACA requests,” said Mary Carmen Esq., Principal Attorney at the Madrid Crost Law Group. “It is laudable that INSZoom is committed to promote http://www.stopnotariofraud.org a website developed by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and a great resource intended to protect consumers of immigration services. While the DACA initiative is meant to attain noble purposes, Notarios use this opportunity to take advantage of a trusting group eager to alleviate their plight. The willingness of INSZoom to participate in this advocacy to protect consumers and curb unauthorized practice of law is praiseworthy. “

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals process enables the Department of Homeland Security to exercise discretion as appropriate for certain individuals who are low priority cases and meet defined eligibility requirements. These requirements include being under the age of 31 on June 15, 2012, first arriving in the United States prior to their 16th birthday, and having continuously resided in the United States since June 15, 2007, up to now.

About INSZoom: INSZoom, Inc. (http://www.inszoom.com), is the world’s largest immigration software company, with offices in San Ramon, CA, US; London, UK; and Bangalore, India. Founded in 1999, the company has been helping corporations, enterprises, law firms, and consultants with the right software in case initiation, workflow, management, I-9 and E-Verify compliancy for more than a decade. As a Microsoft Certified partner, INSZoom provides clients with leading-edge technology, flexible platforms, and superior compliancy management tools. For more information, please contact press(at)inszoom(dot)com

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