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Nonprofit organization commits to cover 40% of the cost for Deferred Action process

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Take The Challenge U.S.A, a nonprofit organization, is hosting complimentary immigration forums for students applying for deferred action on 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday at Galena Park in Houston and Sept. 8 at Harris County Public Library in Katy.

An immigration attorney will be present to inform and guide students on the deferred action process. Applications will also be available upon request. Take The Challenge, in conjunction with a law firm, is committed to covering up to 40 percent of the cost related to the application process for those who qualify.

Take The Challenge U.S.A. takes pride in helping students succeed in school by providing scholarships and student aids in the Dallas and Houston community. The organization was founded in 2008 in Dallas and since then it has provided hundreds of scholarships. Its goal is to continue helping students throughout the U. S. The organization has recently opened a new branch in Houston and hopes to receive public support. Take The Challenge is committed to promoting education nationwide. Officials actively support the Dream Act, and strive to provide a better future for students in the U.S..

“Everything we do at Take The Challenge is about helping the community surrounding us and making a positive impact in future generations” said Andres Maldonado, Take The Challenge president.

Due to limited space, participants must register prior to attendance at 214-810-0825 or online www.takethechallengeusa.org.

Additional forums will be held every weekend at different locations throughout Houston until December 15. This information will be provided on the website upon future inquiries.

by: Andrea Selianov



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