Read our latest letter in support of the Dream Act, co-authored by our Kids Coalitions:
Fact sheets and resource on family separation
Are you an immigrant parent who has been separated from your child(ren) and is trying to reconnect? Are you a legal services provider who knows a parent looking for their child? The Immigrant Connection Project (ICON) can help.
The administration’s recent policy of separating children from their parents at the border has a wide range of repercussions. Meanwhile, due to deportations and enforcement actions, family separations also occur on a regular basis across the country, far away from the border. Catholic Legal Immigration Network offers a compilation of resources including suggestions for how people can help and facts about the situation.
URGENT: Parents who are still searching for their kids – including those deported – can now call for free through Facebook Messenger by adding https://www.facebook.com/ICON.proj as a friend. Vera Institute of Justice and New America‘s Immigrant Connection Project (ICON) helps immigrant families to reconnect.
- The New York Times: The Debate on Dreamers: A Lesson Plan for Teaching About DACA
- United We Dream: We Are Here to Stay
- California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance: 5 Ways to Fight ICE Raids With Power, Not Panic
- Mission Asset Fund: DACA Renewal Fee Assistance Program
- DACA Relief Can’t Wait Until March 5
- Here is what you need to know about DACA decision
- CIPC Resource Guide: Defending Immigrant Youth Post DACA
- CA Health Advocates: Immigrant Resources
- Immigrant Legal Resource Center: What Do I Need to Know About The End of DACA?
- Immigrant Legal Resource Center (Spanish): ¿Qué debo de saber sobre el fin del programa DACA?
- National Immigration Law Center: Frequently Asked Questions on DACA Termination
- CA Immigrant Guide: DACA Update
- ILRC: DACA Renewal Infographic
- The California Endowment – Scholarship Info