Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Forms and Information

 

Overview

 

UCLA Student Legal Services is able to assist current UCLA students with their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals applications!  We also can help you apply for Advance Parole so you can travel abroad!

Before meeting with one of the Student Legal Services attorneys, please complete this intake packet.

If you have completed your DACA application and have questions about what to do during the application process, click here.

If your DACA application has been approved, congratulations! For guidance on what your next steps should be, click here.

If you would like a check list for submitting your DACA renewal, click here.

If you have DACA and plan to travel abroad for educational, humanitarian, or employment reasons, click here for a check list for submitting your Advance Parole application.

If you have been granted Advance Parole and want to get information about steps to take before going abroad and during re-entry to the U.S., click here.

 

DACA Application Training Materials

 

Overview

Conducted by Judy London, Directing Attorney, Public Counsel's Immigrants' Rights Project at UCLA on August 20, 2012.

Note: After this training was taped, the U.S. Customs and Immigration Service clarified that only legitimate social security numbers should be included in the applications.

PowerPoint Presentation Materials

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Videos

Part 1 Part 2