DACA Updates & Resources

On June 18, 2020 the Supreme Court Ruled against the way the Trump administration went about trying to abolish the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. The program should return to its 2012 mandate allowing for advance parole and new applicants,however, a formal statement has not been put out by USCIS just yet. As we await for more in depth news, we have prepared a few resources for individuals affected by the decision.

Legal Aid

As we await a formal statement allowing new applicants to apply for DACA, individuals who may qualify can use the following webpage to find out if they are eligible and/or to contact a lawyer in their area.


Education should be accessible to all individuals regardless of their immigration status. This list of scholarships and financial aid resources is for both DACA & Non-DACA individuals who want to pursue higher education.

Renew DACA


If you are a DACA recipient it is very important to renew as soon as possible. Below you will find a list of resources that assist with filing DACA as well as with financing the DACA renewal fee.

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