Updated Jan. 11, 2018

On January 9, 2018, a federal court judge in California blocked the rescission of the DACA program. The ruling is effective nationwide and requires the U.S. government to ‘maintain the DACA program on a nationwide basis on the same terms and conditions as were in effect before the rescission on September 5, 2017, including allowing DACA enrollees to renew their enrollments…’ However, the ruling also states: 1) new DACA applications, may, but need not, continue to be processed; 2) the advance parole program may, but need not, be continued; and 3) that the government may remove any individual, including any DACA enrollee, who it determines poses a risk to national security or public safety, or whom the government otherwise determines needs to be removed. The government has announced its intention to appeal the decision.

Know Your Rights

Tips for Dealing with ICE Officials

The United We Dream website contains a helpful card entitled “What to do if ICE Comes to Your Door.” The card can be downloaded to your phone for quick reference.

Legal & Educational Resources

Educational:

Campus Resources

  • AdmissionInformation for Undocumented Students (including DACA-Designated Students) — Admission information for first-year applicants
  • Study AbroadDACA Students Study Abroad or Domestic Study — important information for DACA students who are interested in studying abroad.
  • Financial AidFinancial Aid information for First-Year/Transfer Students

We encourage you to drop-in, call or email with any concerns or questions.

Tenzin L. Kunor

Associate Director of Diversity & Leadership