DREAM ACT 2017
- What is the Dream Act 2017? (Click here)
- What is the Clean Dream Act? (Video from UndocuBlack Network)
- Learn about the fight to win the Dream Act before the end of 2017 & how to get involved:
IMPORTANT INFO ON DACA
As of October 5, 2017, DACA applications are no longer being accepted. Do not submit an application. The information below is being left here for documenting purposes only. For more information about DACA, please contact us at (520) 305-9342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On September 5, 2017, the U.S. Attorney General and President announced that DACA is being rescinded. As a result, here’s what you need to know. For more details in English and Spanish check out this flyer. Remember:
- You do NOT have to stop working until your work permit expires
- Your employer has no right to harass you about DACA and you are not legally obligated to tell them the program has been terminated.
What is DACA?
On June 15, 2012, President Obama announced the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DACA is an immigration policy that allows undocumented immigrants that came before their 16th birthday and before June 2007 to apply for a renewable 2-year work permit.
Resources for everyone (especially if your DACA work permit expired)
There are still opportunities & resources available to help you develop professional networks in the community, attend college, & find scholarships.
- High school educators you can trust – Check out our list of high school educators who work with ScholarshipsA-Z. (PDF)
- You can go to college – Contact us about enrolling at the community college, transferring, or starting at universities outside of Arizona.
- Scholarships are available – Check out our scholarship list.
- Organizations in Pima County & AZ that support undocumented communities. (PDF)
- Medical clinics & services for undocumented families (PDF)
- More resource from United We Dream (Online list)