Since the Trump administration rescinded DACA, several states, universities and non-profits have filed lawsuits challenging the rescission and termination. Here are the updates so far.
This practice advisory, written for legal service providers, answers common questions about applying for DACA in light of the ongoing lawsuits challenging the rescission of DACA and the DACA program and resulting court orders. It includes current practice tips and will be updated as legal developments evolve.
The future of DACA remains uncertain and it’s imperative to screen DACA recipients for other forms of immigration relief. This practice advisory, written for legal service providers, reviews common forms of relief that may be available to current and former DACA holders.
Learn about screening DACA recipients for Special Immigration Juvenile Status eligibility.
Was your DACA client’s renewal application erroneously rejected despite timely submission on or before the October 5, 2017 deadline?
In this webinar, we discuss the latest guidance on how to resubmit DACA renewals that were erroneously rejected. We review how to rectify DACA renewals rejected due to USCIS lockbox error or US Postal Service mail-service delays. Using different case scenarios, we discuss when and how to resubmit, what to include in the resubmission packet, and how to advise clients facing a lapse in deferred action.
Twenty states and the District of Columbia offer in-state tuition to undocumented students. This infographic shows states that allow immigrant youth access to affordable and quality higher education. See whether DACA termination affects immigrants’ ability to attend or afford college in your state.
Use this flow chart as a quick guide to understand what to do next as a DACA recipient. Available in English and Spanish.
This bilingual (English/Spanish) screening tool can help legal services providers assess whether a DACA recipient is eligible to request renewal.
The Trump Administration has announced an end to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This webinar explores what we know about the policy so far and how it affects your clients. Under the new policy, current DACA recipients will maintain deferred action and employment authorization until their current grants expire
Last updated 9/7/2017
The Trump administration announced Sept. 5, 2017 that it is ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. DACA provides temporary protection from deportation and work authorization for certain young people who were brought to the U.S. as children.