Learn about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and what DACA recipients or DACA-eligible individuals should know about the program under the Trump Administration.
Have a plan to make sure that your family, your finances, and your future are as secure as possible from immigration enforcement consequences.
Immigration law is complicated, and an attorney can help you understand if you qualify for existing legal pathways, or if you should set up legal guardians for your children in case anything happens.
Deportation is scary and we hope that you never have to navigate the deportation process for yourself or a loved one. However, it is important for everyone to learn as much as possible ahead of time to be better prepared and understand opportunities available to help you.
You and your loved ones deserve to feel validated, supported, and loved. Find resources for managing the emotional and spiritual well-being of yourself and others.
Our communities are stronger when we work together, from contacting our members of Congress for assistance, to working with local government, and building a community network. Check out the guides in this section for ideas on organizing your community.
Stay empowered by staying informed. Read our latest information and FAQs around the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and learn what the March 5th deadline means for you in our DACA Guide.
Since November 2016, Informed Immigrant has connected the undocumented immigrant community with the information and resources they need to become empowered in our current political environment. Get started with our Know Your Rights Guide.
You have the power to create a sense of belonging and build school and classroom communities that help others thrive. Go to our Resource Library and explore more than 230 preparedness plans, sample school policies, and classroom materials.