Our Navigator personally answers questions and talks with you about resources that may be available in the community to meet your individualized needs. If you have any questions about our programs or services, or aren't sure what you need, contact our Service Navigator, Rachel Arruda, and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
What does this mean for undocumented young adults?
– If you qualify for DACA, but have not submitted your application: DACA initial request applications will no longer be reviewed.
– If you currently have DACA: You can keep using your employment authorization/social security number.
– If your DACA is going to expire before/on March 5, 2018: You can apply to renew it. Note: You need to submit your renewal application by October 5, 2017.
– Regarding advance parole: If you have DACA and had plans to travel abroad using advance parole (AP), new Form I-131 applications for advance parole will not be reviewed. If you received your AP approval before 9/5/17, it will still be honored. Pending applications will be denied and the money will be refunded.”
How to Protect Yourself and Your Family as DACA ends
DACA Announcement Reaction Toolkit
What Do I Need to Know About the End of DACA
Department of Homeland Security: FAQ About Rescission of DACA
DREAM Act Toolkit https://dreamacttoolkit.org/
Mental Health Toolkit http://defenddaca.com/resources/mental-health-toolkit/
FWD.us: Resource that helps you contact your congressman. Also gives other resources for advocacy and political involvement
Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC) http://e4fc.org/
Immigrant Legal Resource Center https://www.ilrc.org/
Student Immigrant Movement - local Boston organization for undocumented students
Attend Local Protests
We are not giving up DACA and TPS without a fight! Hosted by Centro Presente
Resist Deportations! Defend DACA!
Saturday September 16th 1 pm to 3 pm
Planning Meeting- September 10th 12:00 noon, Encuentro 5 9A Hamilton Place, Boston, MA