Go to NNIRR’s list of DACA resources and information go here
- Notifica App: A Hub for News, Alerts, Assistance & Action, by United We Dream
United We Dream launched the Notifica App back in 2018 as a deportation defense tool. They have updated it in response to the current period, because the Biden administration is still deporting people and Immigrant communities need to be prepared in case they face immigration agents. In response, UWD launched the next generation of the Notifica App (you can download the app by texting NOTIFICA to 877-877 to get a link to your phone or visit the website here)
Now, Notifica is not only a deportation defense app to help our immigrant community protect themselves against deportation agents. Notifica is now your hub for the latest immigration news and alerts, DACA updates and assistance, mental health resources, and a directory of community groups.
- Guide for Undocumented High School & College Students by Informed Immigrant
Informed Immigrant is launching a new Guide for Undocumented High School and College Students in English and in Spanish. I know that many activists and educators have at one point had a student looking for guidance confide in them that they are undocumented. Despite being driven to support that student, it can be challenging to come up with answers to every question. The goal of this guide is to equip undocumented youth and educators with resources and knowledge to help students make informed decisions about their future and feel supported in their next steps after high school, including entering the workforce and applying to college.
- Higher Education Immigration Portal
A one-stop digital resource for state and federal data and resources about DACA, undocumented, international, and refugee students, including
5 Reasons Undocumented Immigrants Should Go into Tech, a guide from Informed Immigrant
- PROTECTING IMMIGRANT STUDENTS’ RIGHTS TO A PUBLIC EDUCATION, a guide for advocates by Southern Poverty Law Center
TUTORING & MENTORING
- Scholars for Immigration is an organization dedicated to empowering scholars and future professionals to use their skills to aid immigrants in a variety of ways. The organization is now launching a new program to help immigrant students struggling with English through one-on-one mentorship and help both teaching the language and translating and helping with homework.
The COVID-19 health crisis has shocked the American educational system. With closing of schools and mandatory online learning for thousands of schools around the United States, thousands of ESL (English as a Second Language)
Scholars for Immigration matches students with tutors to help with English, school, and homework in general. For info on either signing up for a tutor or becoming a tutor: