FREE DACA Renewal Clinic – get help with your paperwork! Volunteers needed!

Volunteers and immigration lawyers will assist eligible applicants fill out their DACA renewal forms at this FREE clinic!

¬Immigration attorneys!
¬ Scholarships for DACA fees available! See info below.
¬Get your DACA renewed while you can, laws are changing.

Monday, September 10, 5:30-7:30 pm
Centro M.U.J.E.R – 4225 Saviers Rd., Oxnard

Flyers in English (here) and Spanish (here). Print them, clip the tags apart, hand them out, and plaster them all around Ventura County!

To sign up to volunteer, call (805) 650-1044. If you’ve never participated before and haven’t taken the training course, come at 5:00 pm for the training session. People with Spanish language skills are most appreciated, but not required.

DACA renewal fee waivers

El Concilio will be there to help applicants apply for need-based waivers for the N400 application fees. There are three categories:

  • Those who receive means-tested benefits such as Medi-Cal, SSI, Calfresh or similar (Bring cards)
  • Those who can demonstrate low-income (Bring tax statements)
  • Those who can demonstate financial hardship (Bring W2’s)

Contact El Concilio at (805) 486-9777 or at BEFORE YOU COME  to confirm the paperwork required to determine eligibility for a waiver.

UPDATE on DACA (as of April 24, 2018):

After the recent D.C. court decision ruling that the decision to end DACA was unlawful, USCIS policy on DACA applications has not changed. If you have never applied for DACA before, you cannot apply now. See below for more information about DACA renewals.

  1. Right now, you can still apply to renew your DACA. USCIS’s current policy is to accept certain DACA renewals. If you qualify for renewal, we recommend you apply.
  2. If you have never applied for DACA before, you cannot apply now. Although the D.C. court has ordered USCIS to accept new applications, it has paused its decision from going into effect for 90 days. Currently, USCIS is not accepting applications from first-time DACA applicants.
  3. What’s next: The judge ruled that the Department of Homeland Security has 90 days to explain why DACA was terminated, and until then the court order is on hold. After the 90 days, we do not know how the administration will respond.

Stay tuned for updates from United We Dream for the most up-to-date information on DACA renewal here.