For thousands of UC DACA students, yesterday was the news they have been daring to hope for: that they can continue their educations, remain in their communities and keep contributing in their fields, from health care to education.
Scholars blazing trails in fields from law to science find their dreams may no longer be within reach.
Support services established across all UC campuses are offering critical resources.
The Supreme Court ruled in 2020 that DACA, a policy that shields undocumented young immigrants from deportation, could continue. Now a Texas court says it can’t. An immigration lawyer explains.
A federal ruling restores the program for undocumented students. Jennifer Nájera, associate professor and chair of Ethnic Studies, tells us why this matters.
UCLA’s Dellara Gorjian and UC Merced’s Radio Bio were honored for outstanding public service at the July 30 UC Regents meeting.
Anxiety goes off the charts for the DACA community when the Supreme Court announces decisions. There are more humane ways to handle this, writes Regina Day Langhout.
The UC Immigrant Legal Services Center has doubled its caseload with DACA under threat. Attorney Rachel Ray talks about how students can protect themselves.
Students braved poor weather to boost the spirits of those with fates in the balance as UC defended DACA recipients inside the court.
UC Irvine law student will be before the Supreme Court next week to fight for the right of others like her to work and pay taxes.
The University of California will appear before the Supreme Court on Tuesday (Nov. 12), to fight for the future of nearly 700,000 young people who came to the U.S. as children.
Min Ku Choi is on the verge of finishing his degree in pharmacy at UCSF. Whether he gets to use it or not depends on DACA.