The CFA Immigration Task Force was established in early 2017 as a response to the political climate at that time, which called to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy and threatened to deport our students and their families. CFA advocates came together to discuss and identify campus and systemwide efforts to defend the rights of our documented and undocumented students, staff, faculty, and their families. As a result of those discussions, this group was established.
One of the projects we created was to research what were the local campus-based services and organizations working with DACA and other immigrant students. At the time this information was not shared systemwide and some campuses had extremely limited or non-existent resources. This effort included attempting to identify vital campus programs and resources that serve and make the college experience easier for undocumented students. While this information is constantly changing, we hope individuals can connect with organizations that actively serve this population on their local CSU campuses.
Special Note: This information is intended for general information and should not serve as legal advice.
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