UC Issues FAQ About Immigration Enforcement Actions on University Property
The University of California has issued the following FAQ for members of the University of California community, who are concerned about immigration enforcement actions occurring across the country and have asked about the possibility that enforcement actions could occur at UC. This document responds to frequently asked questions and provides information about how to respond in such a situation.
UC Berkeley Undocumented Student Programs Post Election FAQs (Updated 9/5/2017)
The election of Donald Trump, coupled with the election of a Republican-leaning Congress, could give rise to dramatic and unprecedented changes in immigration law enforcement and policy.
NILC: Frequently Asked Questions on DACA Termination (9/5/2017)
Frequently Asked Questions about the end of the DACA program, including information on employment, driver's licenses, taxes and more.
NILC: Top 5 Things to Know About the Announcement That DACA Is Ending (9/5/2017)
On September 5, 2017, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, on behalf of the entire Trump administration, announced the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Here are the top five things to know about his announcement.
Medi-Cal & DACA: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Rescission Frequently Asked Questions (9/5/2017)
Are DACA(s) eligible for Medi-Cal? Does the rescission of DACA impact eligibility? These and more questions answered.
UC Undocumented Student Legal Services Center Post-Election FAQs (7/7/2017)
The future of the DACA program and the related privacy provisions are uncertain at this time.
UCOP Financial Aid Talking Points For Undocumented AB 540 Students (11/9/2016)
AB 540 status is authorized in state law, so it s not directly affected by the outcome of the recent election. Support for the AB 540 law remains strong t the University of California and among California policy makers.
UnitedWeDream: 5 Important Things You Need To Know About DACA (10/11/2016)
There is no doubt that we’re in a difficult moment. Below is our best thinking on how to move forward if you have DACA.
NILC: KNOW YOUR RIGHTS (10/10/2016)
If you find you have to deal with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or other law enforcement officers at home, on the street, or anywhere else, remember that you have the rights described in this factsheet. The factsheet also provides suggestions for what you should do to assert your rights.
Managing Your Social Media Presence (4/3/2017)
Here are some ways that immigration agents can use monitoring of your social media presence against you and how to reduce risk.