Resources for Undocumented Individuals
Dream Club at Sequoia High School
- Sequoia High School Dream Club's mission is to help create limitless educational opportunities for undocumented students. The Dream Club holds an annual Making Dreams Come True dinner fundraiser featuring Dream Club students sharing powerful stories through spoken word, music, and song. Contact email@example.com for more information or to join.
- Sequoia High School Dream Club Facebook Page
- Sequoia High School Dream Club Instagram Page
Informed Immigrant/Inmigrante Informado
- Informed Immigrant provides resources for immigrants in the United States, including information related to topics such as immigrants' rights, health, life in the U.S., and education.
- Informed Immigrant website
- Sitio de la web Inmigrante Informado
California Dream Act
- The California Dream Act application allows students interested in attending eligible California colleges, universities and career education programs to apply for state financial aid. This application is unrelated to the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. View the webpage below for more information and for further resources.
- California Student Aid Commission: Undocumented/Dreamer Students webpage
Immigration Institute of the Bay Area
- IIBA provides high-quality, affordable immigration legal services, education, and civic engagement opportunities.
- Immigration Institute of the Bay Area website
- IIBA Redwood City staff provide immigration legal services, monthly citizenship workshops, and free citizenship classes in San Mateo County.
- Immigration Institute of the Bay Area: Redwood City office webpage
County of San Mateo Office of Community Affairs: Immigrant Services
- Finding an immigration lawyer, housing, a job, and learning the language are among the many challenges that immigrants face in our community. The County of San Mateo Office of Community Affairs, or OCA, is your first stop to find help. OCA is in touch with all of the services and resources available to our valued immigrant community. Find the resources and information you need here, in one place.
- County of San Mateo Office of Community Affairs: Immigrant Services webpage
- Founded in 2006, Immigrants Rising transforms individuals and fuels broader changes. With resources and support, undocumented people are able to get an education, pursue careers, and build a brighter future for themselves and their community. Immigrants Rising provides financial support, mental health career, and pre-law programs. Formerly known as Educators for Fair Consideration.
- Immigrants Rising website
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