2021 UndocuHealth Report

In collaboration with the Latinx Immigrant Health Alliance (LIHA), United We Dream launched a new mental health report surveying over 600 undocumented youth and adults over the span of 10 months to best understand how our community’s health and wellbeing were impacted during COVID-19, in addition to the continued attacks from the Trump administration, the constant threat […]

Loving Kindness Meditation for Oppressive Experiences

Find a comfortable seated position. That could be on a chair. It could be on a cushion. Take a few deep breaths. Become aware of the sensation of sitting. Feel the heaviness of your body. Notice your breath. Today we will do the Lovingkindness Meditation for Oppressive Experiences. Connect with the feeling of being devalued […]

List of Mexican Consulates in the U.S.

For citizens of Mexico residing in the United States, the Mexican Consulate can be a great help and resource. In addition to requesting/renewing your passport or consular card (matricula), some also help with DACA Renewals. Below is a list of Mexican Consulates in the U.S. Albuquerque, New Mexico Web page: https://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/albuquerque Atlanta, Georgia Web page: https://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/atlanta/ Austin, […]

Top 5 things you need to know about the DACA court hearing.

Last year, the Texas Federal District Court decision which ruled DACA was illegal and stopped initial requests from being granted by USCIS. This decision was appealed and sent to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Today, the Fifth Circuit Court has been presented with oral argument from lawyers on why DACA is […]

BREAKING: SCOTUS has taken away our right to abortion and overturned Roe v. Wade

Today’s decision, ends the constitutional right to abortion and leaves it up to states to decide. While many people in states across the country will continue to have access to abortion care, there are 13 states with trigger ban laws that will immediately make abortions illegal with 13 others soon to follow. Make no mistake, […]

Top Things You Should Know About the USCIS Work Permit Extension

As of May 4, USCIS has temporarily extended the period some work permit categories remain active after their expiration date from 180 days to 540 days. Note: Does Not Include DACA Work Permit Recipients. This helps immigrants!  Many work permit recipients have been losing their jobs because of USCIS backlogs and expiring work permits. Here’s […]

Lo que debes saber sobre la renovación de tu DACA en línea.

USCIS anunció que ahora pueden presentar los formularios necesarios para renovar su DACA electrónicamente, facilitando la carga a los que renovamos cada dos años. Estas son las cosas principales que debes saber: Esto es lo que necesita saber: Para presentar su DACA electrónicamente, debe crear una cuenta gratuita de USCIS por su página web La […]

Cómo Renovar Tu DACA En Línea En 2023

[A partir del 12 de abril de 2022] El Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de los Estados Unidos (USCIS) anunció que las renovaciones de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA) ahora se pueden presentar en línea. Renovar su DACA por su cuenta puede parecer una tarea abrumadora. Sin embargo, la verdad es […]

The Top Things You Should Know About Renewing Your DACA Online.

USCIS announced DACA renewal forms can now be filed online, making it that much easier to renew! Here are the top things you should know: Here’s what you need to know: To file your DACA online, you must create a free USCIS online account  Filing online won’t change how DACA renewals are currently being processed USCIS […]

Ending DACA Would Have Wide-Ranging Effects but Immigrant Youth are Fired Up and Politically Engaged

Authors: TOM K. WONG, SANAA ABRAR, TOM JAWETZ, IGNACIA RODRIGUEZ KMEC, PATRICK O’SHEA, GREISA MARTINEZ ROSAS, AND PHILIP E. WOLGIN Since it was first announced on June 15, 2012, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy has provided work authorization and temporary relief from deportation to approximately 822,000 undocumented young people across the United States. From July 16 […]

This March marks 21 years of ICE CBP & DHS terrorizing our immigrant communities.

Ever since their creation, ICE and CBP have targeted, detained, abused and deported immigrants while separating loved ones and tearing apart communities. Donate 21 dollars to help us fight back against the 21 years of terror.