Stress Rrelated to Immigration Status: A Brief Guide for Schools
Why Universities Must Continue To Fight for DACA and Their Undocumented Students
Black, Undocumented and Fighting To Survive
For DACA Recipients
Memorandum on Rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA)
Frequently Asked Questions: Rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
What Do I Need To Know about the End of DACA?
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) – Indiana Chapter Members Offering Pro Bono or Low Cost Services for DACA Students at Indiana University and Community-Based Organizations
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Indiana Undocumented Youth Alliance
Greater Lafayette Immigrant Allies
Information Regarding DACA
My (Un)documented Life
Provides up-to-date Information and Resources for Undocumented Immigrants.
Lafayette Urban Ministry in Lafayette, IN
Provides Immigration Clinic.
Immigrant Welcome Center in Indianapolis, IN
The Immigrant Welcome Center empowers immigrants by connecting them to the people, places, and resources that enable them to build successful lives and enrich our community.
Office of the Indiana Attorney General
The Office of the Indiana Attorney General helps protect the rights, freedoms and safety you enjoy as a citizen of the Hoosier state. Attorney General Curtis T. Hill Jr. and his staff are dedicated to meeting the state's legal needs as well as the needs and interests of its citizens.
Indiana Legal Servces Inc.
Indiana Legal Services Inc. (ILS) is a nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income people throughout the state of Indiana. ILS helps clients who are faced with legal problems that harm their ability to have such basics as food, shelter, income, medical care or personal safety. Most of the cases ILS handles are cases such as family law where there is domestic violence, housing, consumer law, access to health care, and access to government benefits. ILS does not handle any criminal matters.
Immigration Practice and Associate General Counsel at Indiana University.
Resources and scholarships for students, families and educators through online and community interactions, in order to make higher education accessible to all regardless of immigration status.
National Immigration Law Center
Recommendations for People Considering Applying for DACA following the Election.
Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
Paul and Daisy Soros, Hungarian immigrants and American philanthropists, established their Fellowship program for New Americans in December 1997, with a charitable trust of $50 million. Their reasons for doing so were several. They wished to "give back" to the country that had afforded them and their children such great opportunities and felt a fellowship program was an appropriate vehicle. They also felt that assisting young New Americans at critical points in their educations was an unmet need. Finally, they wished to call attention of all Americans to the extensive and diverse contributions of New Americans to the quality of life in this country.
In 2010, Mr. and Mrs. Soros contributed an additional $25 million to the charitable trust that funds their Fellowships for New Americans.For details, see the Wall Street Journal article.
My Undocumented Life
Scholarships for Undocumented Students.
National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Tip Sheet for Undocumented Students.
Provides Dreamers the opportunity to realize their dreams and give back.
Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff.
United We Dream
Practical Steps to Take if DACA is Repealed.
Organized Communities Against Deportations
Works with individuals and families to fight harmful immigration enforcement practices through organizing, advocacy and direct action. This is done through education, resources for immigrants facing deportation, reporting on immigration raids and working with elected officials to call for an end to raids on immigrant communities.
PASO - West Suburban Action Project
Serves the Latino community of West Cook County, Illinois. They focus on immigration reform, immigrant integration at the municipal level, know your rights trainings, community civic participation and other local campaigns against practices that adversely impact the community.
Organizes the Filipino community through grassroots education, actions and direct services. Their work focuses on comprehensive immigration reform, youth development, health outreach and an Illinois Domestic Workers Bill of Rights.
Korean American Community Services Fighting Youth Shouting Out for Humanity
Is a social justice-oriented youth leadership council that works to engage low-income, immigrant youth in issues affecting their community through arts and activism.
CRLN - Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America
Organizes congregations and people of faith to respond to injustices experienced by undocumented immigrants through the use of public witness, education and political advocacy.
Community Activism Law Alliance
Brings together lawyers and community activists to increase the capacity of and the use of the law toward achieving systematic changes. These partnerships include organizations working on immigration reform, on street economies and with day laborers.
Immigrant Solidarity DuPage
A volunteer-driven organization in DuPage County, Illinois, working on issues related to immigration, bilingual education, police accountability, workers struggles and community health issues.
A new national organization that works to create a shared political home for immigrant and U.S.-born Latinx and Chicanx people.
Justice for Our Neighbors Northern Illinois
Provides free, high-quality immigration legal service, education and advocacy in Aurora, Chicago and Rockford, Illinois.