The recent Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision, Ramirez v. Brown, provides an opportunity for certain people with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to apply to adjust status. This ILRC advisory explains the implications of the Ramirez decision, with examples to illustrate.

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This infographic is a visual flowchart to help community members and DACA recipients understand if they are eligible to renew their DACA now and what they need to know. Each of the infographic’s bulletpoints includes a hyperlink to more information.

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This recording highlights what phasing out and ending DACA means for current and pending DACA applicants, what clients can and should do now, and how to get support advocacy moving forward.

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The Hill-Snowdon Foundation, General Service Foundation, Jesse Smith Noyes Foundation, the Whitman Institute and our other partners are pleased to announce the 2nd round of the Defending the Dream Fund. 

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A Guide for K-12 Educators and After-School Providers Ensuring refugee and immigrant students and their families feel welcome and accepted in their school environments is not only foundational for their academic success, but their longer-term economic and social success, as well. 

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Detention and deportation can have a huge impact on a family’s finances. What happens to a car, apartment, or money in a checking account?

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This report is a joint project between the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and FWD.us to assess the impact of United States immigration policy on the domestic fashion industry and recommend policy changes to promote industry growth and protect workers, designers, and companies.

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If you are a teacher who has a curriculum for studies in immigration, immigration stories, and or intergenerational interviews, Made in America invites you to share some of your best practices and access others' ideas.

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ISPU in now accepting applications for inaugural Young Scholar Award for Outstanding Research on American Muslims.

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ProPublica is launching a new interactive project, the Documenting Hate News Index, that shows just how ubiquitous hate incidents really are.

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ALLIES (the Alliance for Language Learners’ Integration, Education and Success) presents this white paper as a result of its focus on the systems and services that support adult English learners.

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The sixth case study in ISPU's Reimagining Muslim Spaces series examines how the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center effectively navigated the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013.

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This practice advisory outlines some suggestions and resources for immigration advocates working with law enforcement agencies to obtain law enforcement certification for U Visa applicants.

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“We are excited about the many ways our partners and their communities can support this year’s Immigrant Heritage Month. Please join us on social media today. Share. Like. Snap. Gram. Tweet. Celebrate. Use the toolkit below to get started!”

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Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County's Immigration Legal Services division produced these Know Your Rights videos to help educate the community. 

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Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County's Immigration Legal Services division produced these Know Your Rights videos to help educate the community. Learn mo...

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How To Be An Ally To Muslim Women & Truly Embrace Intersectional Feminism Spencer Platt/Getty Images News/Getty Images By Noor Al-Sibai 4 hours ago In Donald Trump's America, few groups are as demonized as Muslims — and women worldwide are always oppressed based on their gender.

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In California, CASA volunteers, “represent the best interests of the children involved, and consider the best interests of the family.” 2 Therefore these FAQs are written from that perspective, in order to help CASA volunteers in California advocate for children and youth affected by immigration law and policy. If you have a special immigration related question, you can contact attorneys at the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) by emailing them at: aod@ilrc.org. Let them know you are a CASA!

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President Trump has promised to deport up to 3 million people this year. To do so, ICE typically must detain them first. But with the system already at capacity

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Videos that explain the Executive Orders and recent federal court decisions to "normal people."

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This information sheet provides important updates to community members about the status of DACA, what steps to take to be informed about their legal options, and summarizes basic constitutional rights of everyone regardless of immigration status.

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San Jose's plan for civic, economic, linguistic and social integration 2016-2019.

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Training video for Interpreters for SF Asylum Office Interview.

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Know your role as interpreter. Your #1 role is to be a communication channel. This means accurately transmitting phrases from one language to another, without changing, adding, or omitting anything.

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The purpose of this manual is to assist District Attorneys, U.S. Attorneys and others in prosecuting persons who offer bogus services to immigrants with the promise of obtaining immigration benefits. The manual discusses in detail a California state law, significantly strengthened in 1995, that provides criminal and civil sanctions specifically for violations by immigration consultants.2 This law not only punishes misrepresentation, but provides civil and/or criminal sanctions for failure to perform affirmative duties such as post a $50,000 bond, provide specific written notices, keep copies of client records, etc. A violation of the immigration consultant law is an unlawful business practice for purposes of Bus. & Prof. Code ∋ 17200. Most sections of the law apply to employees of non-profit agencies as well as for-profit consultants.

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Educate your clients and your community members about fraudulent immigration service providers and unscrupulous lawyers. Incorporate consumer fraud education into presentations about immigration. Spread the word in the immigrant community about common immigration fraud scams.

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As a member organization in a naturalization collaborative, you might well be asking this question.  Here’s why your organization should involve itself in this issue . . .

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