Update: January 16th, 2018

USCIS has posted instructions on how it will begin accepting DACA renewal applications in response to a federal judge's decision. This only applies to individuals who already have had DACA granted in the past and not to people who would like to pursue initial applications. Here is a link to their announcement. In addition, our colleagues at Mission Asset Fund have announced that they are accepting applications for scholarships to pay for the renewal application fee at this link.

On September 5th, the Trump Administration announced that the DACA program will be ended on March 5th, 2018. Our partners at the National Immigration Law Center (NILC) have put together the following community advisory for community members interested in renewing their applications.


City of Seattle DACA Resources - Several helpful resources from the City of Seattle

DACA Information - Spanish - Courtesy of Seattle.gov

DACA Information - Traditional Chinese - Courtesy of Seattle.gov

DACA Information - Vietnamese - Courtesy of Seattle.gov

DACA Information - Korean - Courtesy of Seattle.gov

About DACA and Employment - from National Immigrant Law Center

Mental Health Toolkit - from United We Dream

State Financial Aid for Undocumented Immigrant Youth - from Ready Set Grad

List of Scholarships that Don't Require Proof of U.S. Citizenship or Legal Permanent Residency - from Educators for Fair Consideration

DACA and Workplace Rights - from National Immigration Law Center

Deferred Action Policy Explanation & What to do NOW - from Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Understanding the Criminal Bars to Deferred Action - from Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Proceso de Acción Diferida a Favor de los Jóvenes Indocumentados - from National Immigration Law Center & United We Dream Network

What Does Obama's Directive on "Direct Action" Mean For Me? in UrduKorean, Chinese,Bengali - from Asian American Legal Defense & Education Fund


Information from Federal Agencies

Updated Information from USCIS – from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Information Regarding Social Security Numbers and DACA - from U.S. Social Security Admistration

Department of Education Resource Guide for Undocumented Students - from the US Department of Education