Undocumented Student Resources

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Campus Resources
Undocu · Immigrant · Dream Center

The Undocu · Immigrant · Dream Center is a “one-stop-shop” for undocumented students. Stop by to receive help in navigating matters related to AB540 admissions, financial aid, DACA renewals, referrals to Academic Counseling, EOPS, and other resources.

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VIDAS Legal Services

VIDAS provides free immigration services and including legal consultation, assistance with immigrant petitions, DACA, and much more.

Talk to our legal team...

Student Support Services

SRJC offers a variety of student services and resources to support your educational and personal goals.

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Health Services

Preventive health is extremely important in helping keep you and your family healthy. Thankfully, there are many free and low-cost health care services that are available locally.

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Legal Resources
Asian Students Promoting Immigrant Rights through Education (ASPIRE)

ASPIRE is a community for undocumented Asian and Pacific Islanders to connect, share resources, and develop self-advocacy skills.

Join ASPIRE in their fight to advocate for immigrant rights...

Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)

BAJI provides a safe space for African Americans and black immigrants to connect, engage, and advocate for racial, social, and economic justice.

Learn about resources available to African Americans and black immigrants...

Immigration Legal Resource Center (ILRC)

From leadership development opportunities to workshops on immigration laws, ILRC offers an abundance of educational materials for undocumented students and families.

Explore resources related to immigration laws and policies...

National Immigration Law Center (NILC)

NILC provides workshops and resources on issues that affect low-income undocumented immigrants, including DACA training, healthcare program eligibility, and much more.

Discover community resources and ways to get involved...

UndocuBlack Network

UndocuBlack Network offers a safe space for current and former undocumented black immigrants to heal, discover resources, and develop leadership skills.

Access toolkits, know your rights, and join the UndocuBlack Network...

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Other Resources
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO)

CCCCO provides various resources and toolkits, including a webinar library to support undocumented students in gaining knowledge of the educational opportunities.

Learn more about CCCCO resources for undocumented students...

North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP)

NBOP promotes awareness and policy changes related to social, economic, racial, and environmental justice.

Get involved and create change...

The Twist and Turns of DREAMers

Although DACA has not been around for a long time, it has changed a lot throughout the years. The Twists and Turns of DREAMers is an infographic timeline highlighting significant key dates of events related to DACA.

Check out the DACA timeline...

Community Handout on Public Charge

The Community Handout is a resource guide with an overview of public charge and a list of public benefits programs that are safe to use regardless of immigration status.

Get the facts about public charge...

Know Your Rights
Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) - Red Cards

Know and assert your rights! Always be prepared by carrying a Red Card. This card can protect you if you are approached by the police or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Print out your ILRC Red Cards...

iAmerica - Know Your Rights

iAmerica offers resources and printable materials to help undocumented immigrants understand their rights.

Learn more about your rights...

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Advocacy & Support
SRJC ― A Safe Haven

Santa Rosa Junior College is committed to providing a safe space and support network for our undocumented students. Review SRJC Protocols and Procedures for Supporting Undocumented Students to learn essential steps in creating a safe campus community for undocumented students.

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Detainee Locator
Find Someone in Detention

Individuals over 18 can be located using the Online Detainee Locator System.

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Juvenile Petitions
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)

Undocumented immigrants under the age of 21 who were abused, neglected, or abandoned by a parent may be eligible for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. If SIJS is granted, you may qualify for legal permanent residence in the United States. Make an appointment with our on-site immigration lawyer to see if you are eligible by calling 707-838-8383.