Empowering undocumented young people to achieve educational and career goals
WHAT OUR COMMUNITY CAN DO NOW
Get screened for other immigration options
Many undocumented immigrants may be eligible for one or more existing immigration options. In fact, a recent study found that 14.3% of DACA recipients are eligible for another form of immigration relief.
We encourage people to go to reputable attorneys and nonprofit organizations—including E4FC's free, online Dreamer Intake Service—for an "immigration check-up" to see if they qualify for any immigration options that offer work permits and more stable immigration status in the U.S. (such as U-visas for crime victims, T-visas for trafficking victims, or special immigrant juvenile status for youth who have been abused, abandoned or neglected by a parent) or more permanent immigrant status (such as a green card through a family member).
For more information about the future of DACA and how to support undocumented young people, please continue to visit E4FC’s post-election updates. If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, you can also sign up for an in-person presentation.
Additional resources that have recently been released by our trusted partners:
It is important to publicly and proudly show your support for undocumented young people. Download E4FC's new Not Alone poster and display it publicly where undocumented young people can see it.
Share your story The New York Times has created an American Dreamers story sharing platform and is inviting DACA recipients to share their personal stories.
E4FC is gathering information and stories to illustrate the economic impact of revoking DACA and how DACA recipients and employers do not want this to happen. If you have DACA and are currently working, please fill out E4FC’s DACA Employment Survey. All information will be kept confidential. We will not share information without permission. Questions?Email E4FC's Executive Director Kathy Gin.