Other Resources

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

UndocuBlack Network  

The UndocuBlack Network (UBN) is a multigenerational network of currently and formerly undocumented Black people that fosters community, facilitates access to resources, and contributes to transforming the realities of our people, so we are thriving and living our fullest lives.

Transgender Law Center  

Transgender Law Center changes law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression. They offer resources to assist with: COVID-19, identity documents, immigration, health, employment, prisons and policing, youth, public accommodations, housing, and care packages. 

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

The Asian Law Caucus provides legal help to low-income community members and resources to help individuals understand their rights. They offer free legal consultation and representation to community members on immigration matters, housing, workers' rights, and civil and constitutional rights, including unjust surveillance, profiling, and police misconduct. 

The Hidden Dream

The Hidden Dream was built to raise awareness of the countless struggles faced by visa immigrants, share resources, and create a community to uplift immigrants who have spent several years in this country without a pathway to citizenship. The organization specializes in creating resources for childhood visa arrivals (Children who entered the country on H4, L2, E2 etc. visas and are at risk of deportation).

Education, Employment, & Health

Championing Equity: Systemwide AB540 FAQ

AB 540 allows eligible students, including undocumented individuals, to access in-state tuition and state-based financial aid. Yet thousands of eager students who want to pursue higher education have been unable to achieve their academic and career goals. This has been caused by confusion over the requirements, lack of accurate information, and uneven implementation of in-state tuition at California colleges and universities. This FAQ aims to solve these problems.

California Undocumented Higher Education Coalition, Campus Resources for Undocumented Students

Use the interactive map to find information about campus centers for undocumented students, support programs, website addresses with relevant information, and contact information of undocumented allies/liaisons. Find information for University of California, California State University, California Community College, and Independent, Nonprofit campuses. This information is critical to improve access and success for undocumented students in higher education. 

Immigrants Rising

IR empowers undocumented people to achieve their educational and career goals through personal, institutional and policy transformation. They offer resources on higher education, making money, immigration law, and mental health and wellness. 

Protecting Immigrant Families  

The PIF Coalition has partnered with community educators across the country to develop educational materials that touch on immigrant eligibility for public benefits, dispelling the myths around public charge, and access to critical support systems. Most materials are available in 9 or more languages and are easily shareable. 

PHDREAMERS / Pre-Health Dreamers

Informally co-founded in 2012 by three undocumented youth in the San Francisco Bay Area, Pre-Health Dreamers (PHD) flourished out of the need for comprehensive support to pursue higher education at the graduate and professional levels.

Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, Higher Ed Immigration Portal

A digital platform that integrates data, policies, and resources about DACA and undocumented, other immigrant, international, and refugee students to support immigration reform and federal policymaking, fuel change at the state and campus level, and build a diverse movement of partners and stakeholders advocating for these students.


Immigrants Rising's Guide for Undocumented Individuals Traveling in the U.S. - English
Immigrants Rising's Guia para personas indocumentadas que viajan en EE.UU


ACLU Know-Your-Rights  

In direct response to expressed community need, ACLU has joined forces with Brooklyn Defender Services to create and distribute a series of powerful and informative videos based on true stories to provide real life action points for what to do when ICE is outside our doors, is in our homes, stops us in our communities, and/or arrests us.

Immigrant Legal Resource Center Red Cards 

All people in the United States, regardless of immigration status, have certain rights and protections under the U.S. Constitution. The ILRC’s Red Cards help people assert their rights and defend themselves in many situations, such as when ICE agents go to a home.

Immigration Legal Services - Other Institutions

California State University Legal Support Services

Direct immigration legal services are available free of charge to ​CSU students and employees.​​ Attorneys and paralegals are available to assist students with general consultations, DACA renewals and general assistance in filling out forms such as family-based petitions. Priority will be given to undocumented students, staff and faculty. ​

California Community Colleges Legal Services

Free immigration legal services are available to students, staff and faculty affiliated with the Community Colleges. Priority for services is given to undocumented students, staff and faculty. The immigration legal service providers offering services at the 65 campuses have developed scheduling, intake, and reporting processes that ensure student information remains confidential and protected. While all legal providers offer legal consultations and basic immigration benefit application assistance, some providers may offer additional services.