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What you need to know about DACA

On July 28, 2020 the Department of Homeland Security issued a memo stating USCIS will reject all initial DACA applications and advance parole applications while they decide what to do with the DACA program. In the interim, all current DACA recipients’ applications will be renewed for a one year period.

Since the inception of  the program, Alliance San Diego has stood in solidarity with Dreamers and we stand with you now. Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest news on DACA.

DACA Renewals

As of July 28, 2020 all DACA renewals will be issued for one year. We provide representation for DACA renewals. If you would like assistance with your renewal please sign up to schedule an appointment

Initial DACA Applications

USCIS is rejecting all initial DACA applications. We are hosting a free DACA informational session to provide up to date information on the current status of DACA. Sign up for our DACA Informational Session in English or Spanish.

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See answers to the most frequently asked questions about DACA such as eligibility, work permits, SSNs, and advanced parole. You can also find the latest news about DACA and further resources here

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Attend one of our FREE informational sessions to learn about the latest on DACA, other forms of immigration relief, know your rights and family preparedness.

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Sign up for our Dreamer newsletter to get the latest updates on the program. 

 

Other Resources

 
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Don’t know what to do when approached by immigration officials? Click here to know your rights.

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Important resources from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center.

College financial aid. Learn about about important resources.

   

 

Border Dreamer Itzel Maganda embarks on an emotional journey to her home country of Mexico on advanced parole to visit a place she only remembers in her dreams. Watch as she explores a country she barely knows, and meets with deported veterans and deported moms in the border city of Tijuana, before returning to her home in San Diego.