On Sept 5, President Trump announced the end of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program giving Congress six months to pass new legislation. Now is the time to put as much pressure as possible on our legislators demanding that they pass the Dream Act - with no strings attached - and protect our Dreamers. We've put together a toolkit with ways you can take action to protect Dreamers.
This advisory provides information for nonprofit partners, social service providers and others about how they can protect their clients if immigration agents came to their building or otherwise tried to detain their clients.
United We Dream has teamed up with Indivisible and the National Immigration Law Center to put together some great advocacy tools to help protect immigrants and pass the Dream Act in your locality. Check out the Stand Up Action Resources below.
This downloadable one page document outlines what to do in the case that ICE shows up at your workplace, church, or anywhere else where you are the guardian of the space. In order to be an advocate for the immigrant community, it is important to know what your rights (and theirs) are.
Confused about what the different options are for immigrants? Check out this list of important immigration concepts and vocabulary.
This guide outlines steps to take in the case that a loved one is arrested. Be sure to write down as many details about the arrest as possible to help inform your lawyer!
This document outlines how advocates, attorneys and judicial system personnel can help protect immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking and other criminal activity.
If an immigrant you love is arrested, get in touch with one of the attorneys on this list