Responding to Changes in Immigration Policy

The new administration is expected to make significant changes to current immigration policy. The details of what President Trump will actually do on immigration are unknown, but we have prepared some resources for you to use with your clients.

This webinar included an analysis and discussion of the three executive orders issued on Jan. 25 and 27 and how they affect immigrants, refugees and the programs that serve them.

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A collection of frequently asked questions about the recent Executive Orders under the new administration.

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Use these flyers in your community to help people identify whether the Executive Orders affect them and what they need to know and do. Includes a customizable box to put the contact information of the nearest legal service provider.

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In his first days in office, President Trump signed two executive orders affecting immigrants. This document provides talking points on how to address each of these in your communities.

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DACA is an executive action, implemented by President Obama in 2012, providing deportation relief and the opportunity to work for a select group of young, undocumented people living in the United States. This document provides some talking points.

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This resource offers preliminary information for you and your program, including how to prepare and how to stay informed.

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This resource can be provided to your clients. It answers questions such as, "What can you do to prepare?" and "What if you have DACA?".

This resource is also available in Spanish, a customizable English version, and a customizable Spanish version.

See our Know Your Rights page for more resources.