Los Angeles County wants you to Stay, Work, and Study with DACA
If you qualify for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) you may be eligible to remain in the United States for up to two (2) years while you study or work. For more information and the latest updates, please visit United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Assembly Bill (AB) 60 requires the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to issue an original driver license to any California resident who is unable to submit satisfactory proof of legal presence in the United States. Driver license applicants under AB 60 must meet all other qualifications for licensure and must provide satisfactory proof of identity and California residency. This means that an applicant who is undocumented can now receive a driver’s license under AB 60. For more information and the latest updates, please visit AB 60 Driver License Program Information.
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Here is a listing of other organizations that may offer additional services such as, English as a second language (ESL), financial assistance and legal assistance.DACA 100% - DACA 100% Now Task Force represents over fifteen non-profit organizations, legal service providers, and undocumented youth led organizations throughout Los Angeles County.
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) - CARECEN empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice and promoting cultural diversity.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ) - Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles has continuously served the undocumented community with free legal services since 2012.
Public Counsel - Public Counsel will provide low-cost, high-quality, in-person consultations with experienced immigration attorneys to deferred action applicants.
Catholic Charities - Catholic Charities collaborates with diverse communities, providing services to the poor and vulnerable, promoting human dignity and advocating for social justice.
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) - CHIRLA launched the "Seize the Dream" program which aims to assist eligible immigrant youth and community members in applying for Deferred Action. The program provides DACA-related education and procedural assistance to thousands of applicants, families, and service providers.
Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) - Counsel and advice in all areas of immigration law, including assistance with various immigration applications, and legal referrals.
National Immigration Law Center (NILC) - NILC engages in policy analysis, litigation, education and advocacy, to achieve this vision. NILC plays a critical role within the movement for racial, economic and social justice for low-income immigrants.
Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) - The ILRC is a national non-profit resource center that provides legal trainings, educational materials, and advocacy to advance immigrant rights.
Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC) – CLINIC promotes the dignity and protects the rights of immigrants in partnership with a dedicated network of Catholic and community legal immigration programs.
Los Angeles Unified School district (LAUSD) - LAUSD now has a centralized process to help provide verification to those individuals who are applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Administrative Relief Resource Center – The Administrative Relief Resource Center is a project of the Committee for Immigrant Reform Implementation (CIRI)
New Americans Campaign - The New Americans Campaign is a national network of legal-service providers, faith-based organizations, businesses, foundations and community leaders that is paving a better road to citizenship.