Information & Resources

  • AB 450 Immigrant Worker Protection Act
    Effective Jan. 1, 2018, AB 450 mandates that an employer request a judicial warrant before granting immigration agents access to the private area of a worksite.
    The California Labor Federation prepared this overview.
  • Ready California: DACA Renewal Resources
    U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) is now accepting DACA renewal applications. However, individuals who have never before been granted deferred action under DACA are ineligible.  Undocumented immigrants may request a renewal if they met the initial 2012 DACA guidelines and several other conditions.  Ready California has assembled resources for Dreamers who qualify for DACA renewal.  Included are renewal clinics, legal assistance, help with the application fees ($495), and a toll-free bilingual hotline (844-411-DACA).
  • What Do I Need to Know About the End of DACA?
    The Immigrant Legal Resource Center offers a DACA webinar, a comprehensive legal guide, and a community advisory with the most recent updates on the DACA phase-out.
  • United We Dream’s Deportation Defense services include trainings, a hotline (1-844-363-1423) to report immigration raids, advocacy and lobbying tools, and more.
  • Centro Legal de la Raza hosts a drop-in general immigration clinic the third Thursday of every month from 9-11 a.m. at their main office, 3400 E 12th St, Oakland.  No appointment needed.  To verify the next meeting call (510) 437-1554, or email info@centrolegal.org.
  • The East Bay Community Law Center’s Immigration Program provides a full-range of free legal services to low-income immigrants on a wide range of immigration issues with a focus on the most vulnerable populations—people with disabilities and chronic illness, members of the LGBTQ community, youth, and existing clients.
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