Below you will find resources on DACA, other immigration options, how advocates can respond to the Supreme Court's decision on administrative relief. NOTE: this site has not been updated with post-election materials.

Litigation Updates | Admin Relief Overview | How to PreparePractice Advisories and Training Materials
Community Education | Building CapacityClient Intake and Case Management 
Government Documents | Avoid Immigration Fraud

Admin Relief Overview

On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced changes to immigration enforcement policy; deferred action expansion; and, changes to our legal immigration system. A June 23, 2016, Supreme Court decision prevents DAPA and expanded DACA from going into effect. The new president may end DACA.

How to Prepare

Practice Advisories and Legal Training Materials

Community Education

Client Intake and Case Management

Client Intake and Case Management

Avoid Immigration Fraud

In general, only licensed lawyers and Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited representatives (often called “accredited reps”) working for BIA recognized non-profits, are allowed to practice immigration law. Here, you can learn about immigration fraud and why you want to avoid it.


ciri partners

  • asian americans advancing justice
  • american immigration council
  • afl cio
  • american immigration council
  • american immigration lawyers association
  • the center for popular democracy
  • catholic immigration network
  • center for migration studies
  • fair immigration reform movement
  • farmworker justice
  • immigration advocates network
  • immigration legal resource center
  • naleo educational fund
  • national alliance of latin american and caribbean communities
  • national council of la raza
  • national day laborer organizing network
  • national immigrant justice center
  • national immigration law center
  • national immigration project
  • picon national network
  • picon national network
  • ufw foundation
  • unite here!
  • united we dream
  • women for common sense immigration reform
world relief