In These Times reached out to me shortly after the election for a thought piece on how Donald Trump’s election will impact immigrant rights organizing. The piece was a cover article for the magazine’s December 2016 issue, and can be found online now: A MESSAGE TO TRUMP: WE’RE NOT GOING BACK IN THE SHADOWS Enjoy.
Please find resources for undocumented students and undocumented immigrants here as to what the election of Donald Trump may mean for them. While mostly Berkeley-specific, they are relevant to most individuals. Post-Election FAQ: http://undocu.berkeley.edu/postelectionfaq/ Emergency Advance parole: http://undocu.berkeley.edu/faq/travelling-with-advance-parole-daca/
First, lets try to make sure your renewal is not delayed. Apply at least 6 months in advance and use the mailer that you received with your last work permit for the renewal for a more speedy turn-around. However, if you do everything right, and your renewal is still delayed, here is what you can […]
Coming of age in a post-9-11 America was an eye-opening experience that I have no intention of reliving in my 30s. And yet, the hatred against Muslim, and perceived Muslims, has reached another level altogether (again), from Republican governors opposing Syrian refugees to Donald Trump’s ridiculous call to end all Muslim immigration. And now the U.S. […]
I receive this question a lot from non-Mexican readers of this blog, and sometimes even clients who are wrestling with the legal immigration process. After all, immigrating should be a matter of filing out some paperwork and waiting your turn. But what if that wait lasts a lifetime? What if you had to wait a […]