Dream Success Center Is Here to Assist

The Dream Success Center stands in solidarity with our Dream students.  If you have any questions, concerns, or don't know where to go for assistance please contact us at 559.278.1554.  We can help by referring you to places and people that know how to assist based on your own situation.

DACA Updates

CSU Chancellor's DACA News Update

Question & Answer Sheet regarding the latest news on DACA - by UC Immigrant Legal Services Center

How Many Valley Voters Support DACA? A survey conducted by the Institute for Leadership and Public Policy at Fresno State shows majority of San Joaquin Valley voters support DACA program. 

The California State University

Learn about any communication and guidance regarding our Dreamers in the CSU.  This is a great place to stay up to date on any critical information for students and campus community.

Press Releases, Statements & Memos

Critical Information

President Castro's Message

Chancellor White's Message to CSU Community

Presidential Executive Order

Understanding Trump's Executive Order Affecting Deportations & "Sanctuary" Cities by the National Immigration Law Center

AB 60 - Drivers Licenses (Licencias Para Conducir)

Know Your Rights - AB60 After the Election
Conoce Tus Derechos - AB60 Despues de las Elecciones (SPANISH)

 

Community Information

Please refer to the following information regarding what we know at this point on issues concerning our Dream students.  Information is subject to change and will be updated as soon as we get any updates.

Immigrant Rights - FAQs for Students, Educators & Social Service Providers (MALDEF)
Post Election Community Info (Immigrant Legal Resource Center)
Post Election Community Info (SPANISH)
National Immigration Law Center (NILC) 

Red Cards

Red Card Information (Immigrant Legal Resource Center)
Red Card Artwork (Immigrant Legal Resource Center)

Know Your Rights - Protect Yourself

Know Your Rights and Families
Derechos de los Inmigrantes - Know Your Rights (SPANISH)

Everyone Has Certain Basic Rights by the National Immigration Law Center - contains info card to hand to an officer.

Family Preparedness Plan

"Every family should have a Family Preparedness Plan.  White it is our hope that you never have to use your plan, it is a good practice to have one in place to help reduce the stress of the unexpected." - Immigrant Legal Resource Center.  Below please see the plans that can help you prepare.

Family Preparedness Plan
Plan Familiar En Caso de Emergencia (SPANISH)

List of Service Providers

If you would like to contact any local non-profit organization that provides assistance with a variety of immigration services, please refer to the following list.

Central Valley Immigration Integration Collaborative ENGLISH
Central Valley Immigration Integration Collaborative SPANISH

Beyond Deferred Action - Long Term Immigration Remedies

The following document is a great resource to understand the ways undocumented students (or their family members) can adjust their status.  This is a helpful guide for students, staff, faculty, and anyone interested in helping undocumented individuals.  The material can be found through Educators 4 Fair Consideration.

E4FC - Beyond Deferred Action

Protect Dreamers Higher Education Coalition by the American Council on Education

Dreamers in Higher Education community Fact Sheet

Who are Dreamers?

Contact Congress

STUDENTS: Call to Action

Students call your representatives - Cal State Student Association

Beyond Deferred Action

Long Term Immigration Remedies Every Undocumented Young Person Should Know About - from Educators 4 Fair Consideration