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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)  

Last Updated: Nov 18, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the CUNY School of Law DACA Guide page. We have collected open-source and copyright-protected resources for advocates working within the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Open-source materials are available to the general public. Due to contractual limitations some materials are available only to CUNY Law Faculty, Staff and Students. This guide was prepared by Kristen Zapalac (Class 2016) and has been updated by Jordan Weiner (Class 2019) under the supervision of Professor Julie Lim.

Please note that if there are two links, one is live and the other one is a perma link, which captures the screen of the site on that date it was done.


DACA: Status

For CUNY students:

FAQ resource for CUNY students & other New Yorkers impacted by the termination of DACA
      Collaboration between the Immigrant and Non-Citizen Rights Clinic, the Health Law Practice Clinic and The Planning with Parents Project

Services regarding DACA 
Available from CUNY Citizenship Now! Program

Government Sources

White House Immigration Priorities
List of immigration priorities that White House says must be included in any DACA legislation, released on Oct. 8, 2017.

Frequently Asked Questions: Rescission Of DACA (or perma)

Fact Sheet: Rescission Of DACA (or perma)

Letter from Attorney General Jeff Sessions (or perma)
Department of Justice, Attorney General's office

Selected Current News

New York City Joins Amicus Brief Filed on Behalf of 26 Jurisdictions in Support of Nationwide Permanent Injunction of DACA Rescission
11/3/17, Office of the Mayor

'Ray of Hope' For Some DACA Recipients Pursuing Professions
9/25/17, WNYC


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