Direct immigration legal services are available by appointment, free of charge to Stanislaus State students and employees. Attorneys and paralegals are available to assist students with general consultations, DACA renewals and general assistance in filling out forms such as family-based petitions. This project aims to serve undocumented students, students with immigration questions, staff, and faculty.
To schedule an appointment:
Dreamers Project Coordinator | Ms. Polet Hernandez | email@example.com | Call: (209) 667-3519
Los servicios legales de inmigración están disponibles con cita, de forma gratuita para los estudiantes y empleados. Los abogados y asistentes legales están disponibles para ayudar a los estudiantes con consultas generales, renovaciones de DACA y asistencia general para completar formularios tales como peticiones familiares. Este proyecto tiene como objetivo servir a estudiantes indocumentados, personal y facultad.
Para programar cita, favor de contactar:
Coordinadora del Proyecto Dreamers | Srta. Polet Hernandez | firstname.lastname@example.org | Llamar: (209) 667-3519
Top Things You should Know About DACA
A third federal judge in Washington, DC struck down the government’s rescission of DACA on April 24, 2018, a ruling that could ultimately force the government to vacate its September 5, 2017 decision to rescind DACA in its entirety. Lear more
While the outcome of the appeal and the unusual request to the Supreme Court remain uncertain, we do know that students, staff and faculty who meet the DACA renewal criteria should file their applications as soon as possible while this opportunity remains available.
Please visit the following links for updates by visiting the Resources for Undocumented Students page, including updates about the court decision and the statement from USCIS that it will resume accepting requests to renew DACA status.
CSU enrollment and tuition policies are not based on DACA status and will not be impacted if DACA is repealed. Likewise, state funding available under the California Dream Act is not based on DACA status and will not change. Get more information about financial aid programs.
If you are an existing DACA recipient, you may continue to be employed and may continue to use the Employee Authorization Documents (EAD) issued to you until your EAD expires.
If your EAD expires and you are not able to renew it, the CSU will be unable to continue to employ you.
For workplace rights, visit this page of FAQ’s
If you require assistance, you should consult with legal counsel. A list of nonprofit organizations that provide free legal services to immigrants residing in California can be found here.