Dreamers United

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are committed to provide a welcoming space where undocumented students and their families can feel safe, valued and supported. Our center facilitates access to Cuesta’s services as well as local and state resources to ensure the personal and academic success of the undocumented students and their families. 


Nuestro compromiso es proveer un lugar amigable a estudiantes indocumentados y sus familias donde puedan sentirse seguros, valorados y sobre todo apoyados. El centro facilitará acceso a servicios disponibles en Cuesta así como recursos de la comunidad y del estado de California para asegurar el éxito personal y académico de nuestros estudiantes indocumentados. 

The Monarch Dream Centers have gone virtual!

Although our offices are physically closed, we are open and available to help through email, phone and Zoom. We are committed to supporting you during these unknown and challenging times.

Zoom Virtual Lobby Hours: Monday- Thursday, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm

For assistance or questions, please contact Estella Vazquez via email.


12/04/2020: DACA Update

Source / Immigrants Rising

On Friday, December 4, 2020, a New York judge ordered the federal government to restore the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to its original state.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

The decision restores the DACA program completely. Initial, renewal, and Advance Parole applications will be accepted by USCIS.

Current or Former DACA Recipients

  • Can continue to apply to renew their DACA
  • DACA protections and benefits will continue (ex. deportation protection and work permits)
  • Who were issued a 1-year work permit in the last year, will be automatically extended by USCIS to 2-years.

New DACA Applicants

It is important that you speak with an immigration attorney to understand your situation and eligibility. See below for information about free legal services.

For frequently asked questions regarding these changes, click here.

Update: On December 7, 2020, DHS and USCIS updated their websites to comply with the court’s order.

See also:

 


 

 NEW! Legal Services NOW Available at Cuesta!/ !Recursos Legales ya Disponibles en Cuesta!

UFW is now offering FREE LEGAL RESOURCES at Cuesta! 

Cuesta College and the UFW Foundation's accredited immigration attorneys have partnered to bring FREE immigration legal services to ALL students, staff and faculty. All consultations are completely confidential. 
Important Note: Appointments are over Zoom until further notice due to COVID-19.

Services Include:

DACA Renewals
Naturalization Process
Family Petitions
Adjustment Status
Visas (U, T, Special Immigrant Juvenile)
Immigration Consultations and more!

Virtual Appointments are available:

Every 3rd Tuesday, 
1st and 4th Wednesday, 
& 2nd Friday of the Month. 

 

Click here to make an Appointment!

Para español haga clic aquí 

If you're having issues making the appointment, call UFW at (805) 246-3867. For questions, please contact Estella at evazquez@cuesta.edu.

For more Cuesta College and Community Resources, Click Here.  


 

FERPA Release

To confirm student's identity via phone or in-person, should a student forget to bring photo identification, student's may complete a release authorization available in myCuesta. Students may also authorize a third party access to their student records.