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SERVICES FOR IMMIGRANT AND/OR UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS & FAMILIES

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Immigration Legal Clinic

Although the campus is still closed, our Immigration Legal Clinic services continue to be available to you through a phone call or zoom. You can make an appointment through:

We are here to support you with any immigration related questions with a licensed attorney!

Immigrants.Rising Wellness Gatherings

Led by Liliana Campos, Immigrants Rising’s Mental Health Advocate, these virtual gatherings convene experienced facilitators—psychologists, coaches, traditional healers—to guide undocumented young people through educational materials and interactive activities. Liliana also shares resources for participants to check out on their own throughout the week. We hope these virtual sessions and tools can support participants' long-term resilience and coping strategies.

Sundays and Wednesdays 5:00-6:00pm.

Relief Funds for Undocumented Workers in California

A growing list of relief funds available to undocumented workers.

COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Californians

En español abajo

Some information for undocumented families who have questions regarding household income, workplace rights, information regarding medical insurance and how to access (undocumented residents qualify for emergency Medi-cal)

Español: Recursos para personas indocumentadas durante COVID-19

DACA Recipients and Those With a Work Permit

Get Unemployment benefits during COVID-19 crisis!

What you Should Know Regarding USCIS Closing During COVID-19

En Espanol: 5 Cosas Que Debes De Saber Sobre El Cierre De Oficinas

De USCIS Debido A COVID-19

Whether your DACA is current, lapsed or expired (or if your DACA expires in 2020), we recommend you speak with a legal service provider about renewing your DACA now. Steps to Renew Your DACA: You can also receive support with renewing your DACA from the Dream Center!

California Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants (DRAI)

The state of California has created the Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants (DRAI) project which provides one-time, state-funded disaster relief assistance to undocumented adults who are ineligible for other forms of assistance due to their immigration status.

DRAI applications for undocumented adults living in the Bay Area begin Monday, May 18, 2020 and will be conducted over the phone.

  • Call the toll-free number 866-490-3899 8 AM - 8 PM Mondays through Saturdays to apply.

To be eligible for DRAI, you must be able to verify that you:

  1. Are an undocumented adult over the age of 18;
  2. Are not eligible for federal COVID-19 related assistance such as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) stimulus payment or pandemic unemployment benefits;  and  
  3. Have experienced financial hardship as a result of COVID-19.  

Skyline Dream Center Newsletter

Weekly updates on resources for undocumened students

Our temporary Dream Center phone number is (650)416-6697 and you can continue to email the Dream Center at skylinedreamcenter@smccd.edu and the program services coordinator at ortizcerdap@smccd.edu

For regular resource, scholarship, and opportunity updates, please follow our Instagram page @skyline_dreamcenter

Virtual Undocu-talks

Mondays at 4:00pm and Thursday at 11:00am through zoom. Check instagram account for link @skyline_dreamcenter

Talk to other students who are undocumented and get updates on school immigration, etc

DACA Recipients and Those With a Work Permit

Get Unemployment benefits during COVID-19 crisis!