Wondering about the recent immigration changes on DACA/DAPA and what it means for you and your family? Join our local United We Dream DACA/DAPA team at an immigration event near you!
DACA Clinic Austin 5/2
May 02, 2015, 8:00 AM
Webb Middle School
601 Saint Johns Ave
Austin, TX 78752
Click here to RSVP.
Do you need to apply for DACA or DACA renewal? Our DACA team is having a FREE DACA DACA Application Assistance Event near you! Join us for our DACA clinic. Trained volunteers will fill out the DACA application with the applicant, and then lawyers will review the applications and all supporting documents.
Unete con nos para nuestro taller GRATIS de Accion Diferida (DACA). Voluntarios con entrenamiento le ayudan a llenar sus aplicaciones de DACA y abogados revisan todos los documentes y sus aplicaciones. Es necesario registrarse por adelantado para atender el taller.
At the event, free assistance will be provided to DACA applicants. To attend the clinic, you must register. Pre-Registration is REQUIRED for all who want to attend the clinic and receive help. You can rest assured you are not alone, we’ve got your back! Immigration attorneys will be present, so you can be sure you’ll receive expert help from trusted sources.
According to 2013 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board data, only about 2% of public Texas colleges’ and universities’ is comprised of undocumented students who pay in-state tuition. Many think that is a nominal amount, not worthy of repealing the Texas DREAM Act that has allowed undocumented students to pay in-state tuition rates for the past 14 years. However, HB 1403/SB 1528 is in danger of being revoked by GOP leaders. SB 1819, a bill that if passed, will eliminate in-state tuition for thousands of Texas undocumented students. Read the Texas Tribune article and explore their interactive component to find the number and percentage of undocumented students enrolled.
If you can vote, DO!
Share your voice on keeping in-state tuition!
Call your representatives!
The students at Loyola University Chicago involved their student government to enact changes on their campus to benefit undocumented students. Read how just $2.50 can make a difference.
President Obama is Taking Action on Immigration
On November 20, 2014, President Obama let the nation – and the world – know he is finally going to work on keeping his promise of not separating families or punishing members of society who contribute despite not having legal documentation! In short, here is the infographic provided by United We Dream, whose members have worked tirelessly to bring awareness, change, and assistance. For more detailed information, check out the official White House announcements!
Sign up for this free webinar covering information on DACAmented students!
Hispanic Serving Institutions have a new resource!
Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Outreach:
The documentary film written and directed by Jose Antonio Vargas where he chronicles his journey to America from the Philippines as a child; his journey through America as a journalist and then as an immigration reform activist; and his personal journey reconnecting with his mother, whom he hasn’t seen in person in over 20 years.
Check it out if you’re in one of the limited release cities
Opening May 2, New York, NY Village East Cinema
Opening May 9, Los Angeles, CA Landmark Regent Theatre
Opening May 9, Tempe, AZ Harkins Valley Art
Opening May 15, San Francisco, CA Roxie Theatre
Opening May 16, Berkeley, CA Rialto Cinema Elmwood
Opening May 16, Sebastopol, CA Rialto Sebastopol Cinemas
Opening May 23, San Diego, CA Reading Cinemas Gaslamp 15
Opening May 30, Washington, DC West End Cinema
Opening May 30, Seattle, WA Grand Illusion Cinema
Opening June 5, Miami Shores, FL O Cinema Miami Shores
Opening June 13, Chicago, IL Gene Siskel Film Center
Opening June 20, Denver, CO Sie Film Center