Applying for Deferred Action is a lengthy process.
Immigration attorney Nera Shefer advises college students to use their college address on their deferred action forms and to send the completed packet to the United States Citizenship and immigrations Services address that corresponds to the student’s college address. Shefer said that is because the process involves having to visit an immigration officer in person for fingerprinting. That appointment is based on the zip code used on the forms.
If a college student were to use their parent’s Florida address, but currently attend school in a different state, that would require them to fly back to Florida to complete the process. Source: local10.com/news