Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Fee Reimbursement
Partners who are DACA recipients must request a renewal every two years by completing Form I-821D (Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Starbucks reimburses partners for the mandatory DACA renewal fee. Only the filing fee for renewal will be considered for reimbursement by Starbucks.
To be eligible for the DACA Fee Reimbursement, you must:
- Be submitting a request for a filing fee that was paid after August 1, 2016, and
- Be employed by Starbucks when the fee was paid, and
- Have 90 days of consecutive employment before submitting your application for reimbursement, and
- Be employed by Starbucks when the reimbursement is processed by payroll
You lose eligibility if you separate from the company, but can regain eligibility if you return to Starbucks as a regular partner on the U.S. payroll.
The DACA Fee Reimbursement will be taxed as regular income.
For Current Starbucks Partners
For details of reimbursable expenses under the program, see the U.S. Benefits Plan Description on mysbuxben.com.
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