Ways to Contact:
Please click the infographic below to learn what the Administration’s announcement to end DACA will mean:
If you have DACA and want to know your options, look at THIS helpful flowchart (ILRC).
Note that any client with questions about his/her specific situation should consult with an attorney directly.
- What do I need to Know about the End of DACA? (ILRC 9.5.17)
- Frequently Asked Questions on the Rescission of DACA (DHS 9.5.17)
- Help for Immigrant Families (ILRC 9.5.17)
- DACA Rescission and Workplace Rights (NILC/AALJ 8.28.17)
- Mental Health Resources (Here to Stay)
See the Immigration: Current Topics page for more general resources.
IMMIGRATION LEGAL PROVIDERS (if no SF office, the location is noted):
- Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach
- Asian Law Caucus
- Catholic Charities
- Central American Resource Center
- Centro Legal de la Raza (Oakland)
- Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto (San Mateo)
- East Bay Community Law Center (Berkeley)
- East Bay Sanctuary Covenant (Berkeley)
- International Institute of the Bay Area [SERVES ALL BAY AREA COUNTIES AND HAS DACA EXPERTISE]
- Immigration Center for Women and Children
- Jewish Family and Children’s Services
- La Raza Centro Legal
- Legal Services for Children
- Pangea Legal Services
There are many additional non-profits providing immigration assistance in San Francisco, and most focus on particular types of relief. See the Immigration page for help figuring out where clients should start. A full list is also on the Immigration: Current Topics page (and all legal non-profits are included on the Resources page).
Any clients who have DACA, or who are undocumented, should get an assessment to see if any (other) paths to status are available to them. In addition to the referrals listed on this page (and the Immigration page), as a back-up clients can do an online general immigration screen to see if any paths to status may be open to them: see www.immi.org