DACA Resources

Resource Description
About UTA DACAAll information regarding the UTA DACA, Dreamers Council, FAQs, etc. can be found here.

Source: UTA DACA
Latest in DACA: Updates Factsheets and resources to educate immigrants, community organizations, and the legal sector regarding DACA.

Source: Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Proyecto Inmigrante: Immigration Counseling, Education and Legal Services Legal representation, immigrant education and DACA workshops in DFW area. Events page lists local workshops.

Source: Proyecto Inmigrante
Who Represents Me? Search tool to identify local, state and national elected representatives.

Source: Texas Legislature
Online Directory of Affordable Immigration Law ProvidersImmigrationLawHelp.org is a searchable online directory of over 1,000 free or low-cost nonprofit immigration legal services providers in all 50 states.

Source: Immigration Law Help.org
DACA | UTA LibrariesUTA Libraries database for DACA Information & Resources.

Source: UTA Libraries
List of Mental Health ResourcesMental health resources related to suicide prevention, safe relationships, and stress relief.

Source: United We Dream
President’s Immigration StanceA list of five important facts about the DACA repeal that all DACAmented youth should know.

Source: United We Dream
Know Your Rights: Resource ListVarious fact sheets to with resources for immigrants and advocates about legal rights in situations such as police stops or immigration authority questioning.

Source: ACLU
Know Your Rights: Wallet CardsWallet cards that can be ordered and handed out to immigrants on information about legal rights when encountering law enforcement and immigration authorities.

Source: ACLU
Protected LocationsList of safe locations where Department of Homeland Security does not pursue enforcement actions and are considered safer locations to meet clients or seek refuge.

Source: ACLU
Undocumented Students and Financial AidUndocumented students and students who are undocumented students and have received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) do not meet eligibility requirements for federal student aid. However, you may be eligible for other types of student financial aid (state aid, college or career/trade school financial aid, or private scholarships).

Source: FAFSA