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List of Immigration Resources



Know Your Rights

My Undocumented Life:  Provides up-to-date Information and Resources for Undocumented Immigrants.

NILC Recommendations for  for People Considering Applying for DACA Following the Election

Practical Steps to Take if DACA is Repealed

Visa Revocation Basics & Travel Advisory: NAFSA:Association of International Educators’ updated guidelines in response to Executive Order 13769.


Legal Assistance

Greater Boston Legal Services:  Provides free legal assistance and representation on civil (noncriminal) matters to low-income persons in the metro-Boston area. Their immigration practice includes cases of asylum and/or safe haven, protection for survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault and other crimes, documentation, family reunification, humanitarian protection, and protection from removal.

Boston College Law School Legal Clinic:  BC Law’s immigration clinic provides support for asylum seekers, helps crime victims obtain visas, and informs immigrant communities of their rights.

List of Pro Bono Legal Service Providers: By state.


Scholarships & Funding

Scholarships A-Z: Resources and Scholarships for students, families and educators

Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans: Funding for new Americans to pursue graduate studies in the United States.

NASFAA Tip Sheet for Undocumented Students


Action & Advocacy

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA): Promotes the rights and integration of immigrants and refugees in Massachusetts through policy analysis and advocacy, institutional organizing, training and leadership development, strategic communications, citizenship assistance, and community building initiatives.

Organized Communities Against Deportations: Fights harmful immigration enforcement practices through organizing, advocacy and direct action.

Mijente: Works to create a shared political home for immigrant and US born Hispanic-Americans.