As of June 5, 2014, USCIS is accepting renewal applications from people that were previously granted deferred action. If approved, renewal applicants will receive another grant of two-years of deferred action and employment authorization. USCIS recommends that renewal applicants apply at least 120 days before their employment authorization expires, but no more than $150 days before it expires. Call our offices if you need assistance with applying to renew your grant of deferred action for childhood arrivals. In addition to applying for renewal, it is important to discuss with your attorney whether any other immigration options are available to you.