Department of Homeland Security has suspended expanded DACA and DAPA (Parents) until the outcome of a court challenge to them. They are suspended until further notice.

The Texas Court's order does not affect the existing DACA. Individuals may continue to come forward and request initial grant of DACA or renewal of DACA pursuant to the guidelines established in 2012 (arrival prior to June 15, 2007).

NOTA: La clínica legal para DACA el 17 de octubre ha sido cambiado por el juez en Texas, 16 de febrero, 2015 - NO incluye DACA ampiada ahorita. Ya no pueden solicitar para DACA ampliada hasta que termine el caso en el corte.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is NOT the DREAM Act. It is a step toward the DREAM Act but we still need to fight to pass the DREAM Act so DREAMers have a path to citizenship.

Acciõn Diferida para Ciertos Inmigrantes Jõvenes: Deferred Action for Certain Young Immigrants:
¡No se deje Engañar! Don't Get Scammed!
Hay más informaciõn disponible en: Accion Deferida More information is available at: Deferred Action

Immigration Lawyers are urging those eligible for DACA to apply as soon as possible. If/When the Comprehensive Immigration Reform takes place, you will then be likely eligible to NOT pay a fine of $500 AND have your case expedited. You may be eligible for Citizenship as early as within five years of passage of the bill into law. Historically, any group which has received a protected status (like DACA) has never had it taken away, so there is no reason to fear the program will end in two years.

Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016 - Oak Harbor (SVC Whidbey campus, Oak Room 306)
1000 SE Regatta Dr., Oak Harbor, WA 98277
directions: 360-279-5514 or
Registration 9:30 - 10 AM - MUST register! 10 AM - 1 PM Information & fill out application

Tuesday, February 16, 5:30 PM - 8 PM
Nooksack Valley High School, 3326 E. Badger Rd, Everson, WA
Saturday, February 20, 2016 11 AM - 2 PM
Whatcom Community College, Syre Center, 237 W. Kellogg Road, Bellingham, WA 98226
NOTE: Please contact Atty Hannah Stone for more info. 360.392.3920 for these two clinics

Saturday, February 27, 2016, Skagit Valley College, Angst Hall
2405 E College Way, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
9 - 9:30 AM -- Registration required --
two sessions - renewals and first time 9:30 AM - Noon:
Information & fill out application (Must be present whole time)

Saturday, April 16, 2016, Skagit Valley College, Angst Hall
9 AM - noon This date is mostly for organizational and legal reviews.
If you have JUST turned 15, please attend BUT please ALSO attend the February clinic to fill out your forms.

NOTE: Information session is free to all. Legal Clinic is available based on financial need.

See Spanish Flyer and/or English Flyer for more information.

Information in English and Spanish about the upcoming DACA legal clinic. Please share with friends and family members!

Loans are available for up to the $465 DACA filing fee! Ask about them!

¡Los préstamos están disponibles para un máximo de la quota de $ 465 para DACA! ¡Pregunte acerca de ellos el sábado!

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Some people came from as far away as Renton and Kirkland though our goal is to serve those in Skagit, Whatcom, Island, Snohomish and San Juan counties - those served by CCS Family Immigration Service (FIS) in Mount Vernon. FIS is the only BIA certified non-profit family immigration service in the five county area.

CCS Family Immigration Service, the American Immigration Lawyers Assoc., Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Community to Community, KSVR, and Whatcom Community College are partnering with the SIRC to organize and present these legal clinics.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project - Community Advisory April 17, 2013

Click HERE to read the Advisory Regarding Proposals for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Legislation.

Family Unity, Family Health: How Family-Focused Immigration Reform Will Mean Better Health for Children and Families
A new study released by Human Impact Partners finds strong evidence that the children of undocumented immigrants are harmed by current detention and deportation policies. This study provides critical support in the fight to pass comprehensive, compassionate immigration reform.

You can read a copy of it at

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