Questions & Answers: Filling out DACA Forms (I-821D, I-765, I-765WS)

(This Guide does not substitute legal advice from an Attorney or accredited representative.) Form I-182D Consideration of Deferred Action of Childhood Arrival Download form I-182D Where can I find the latest application forms for DACA? You can find the latest DACA forms on the USCIS website. Make sure it is the current version by checking […]

Guidance for DACA Recipients and Legal Practitioners – Frequently Asked Questions

[UPDATE ON 01/27/2023] – On October 5, 2022, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion affirming the district court’s ruling in July 2021 that DACA under the 2012 policy memorandum is unlawful. However, the Fifth Circuit remanded the case back to the district court to consider the new 2022 DACA regulations that are set […]

How to: Record Your Undeniable Video!

We need your help to get our message to Biden and Congress, and the best way to do this is to record our very own stories. Upload your videos on Twitter and Instagram and tag @UNITEDWEDREAM! Posting the Video Post on your social media Twitter and Instagram. Try to keep it at 2 minutes or […]

Biden’s Immigration Actions: What You Need To Know

Thanks to the Black-led, multi-racial coalition of organizers who made today possible,  Biden is the new president! This is our victory. Because of our undeniable presence and resilient work, Biden has made immigration a top priority of his administration. Today he released details of his Day 1 immigration bill and list of planned executive actions. […]

Guidance for Practitioners Helping Clients with DACA Cases Electronically

In response to COVID-19, many offices providing immigration legal services have temporarily closed for in-person services. At the same time, the U.S. Supreme Court is reviewing the federal court cases challenging President Trump’s termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and could issue a ruling by the end of June 2020. Right […]

Undocu Guide to Dismantle Anti-Blackness at Home

Black and non-Black undocumented folks in the United States have left our home countries for a variety of reasons, most of them linked to genocide, imperialism, white supremacy, and colonialism stealing resources from the places where we were born. These same evils operate on a pervasive foundation of racism, which infiltrates all aspects of our […]