The Glazer Family Dreamers Resource Center (DRC) is here for you
Between the COVID-19 pandemic, unrest over racial inequality and the uncertain fate of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), these are certainly stressful times for our community.
Please know that the DRC team is here virtually to help in any way that we can. Use the resources on this page for support. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out at [email protected].
DACA Updates Presentation
A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to fully restore DACA and resume accepting applications. Under the ruling, first-time applications, renewal requests, and advance parole requests will be processed based on Obama-era rules.
This Thursday, Dec. 10, at 4 p.m., our partners at CARECEN will present information online about the latest DACA updates, including last week’s court order, program eligibility, and documentation required.
Cal State LA students, faculty, and staff are invited to register here to join the meeting on Zoom.
Virtual California Dream Act Application Workshops
Receive individualized support and guidance as you complete your California Dream Act Application for Financial Aid. Register for one of the following workshops:
CARECEN-LA College Legal Services
Cal State LA students, staff, faculty and their immediate relatives (spouses, parents, siblings, and children) have access to free immigration legal services provided by the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN).
For details, visit: CARECEN-LA College Legal Services.
Dreamers Emergency Funding
Emergency funds are available for undocumented students at Cal State LA who experience unforeseen emergencies that hinder their ability to complete the academic program:
We understand that this is a hard time for us to concentrate on work and school. To help you navigate the COVID-19 health crisis, we have put together this list of resources and information.