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Transcript of DACA ELEGIBLE
& Difficult Choices
Work and Internship
1) Get into small groups
2) Introduce yourself by saying:
Hello, My name is ______,
and I am a(n) __Insert Status__ student.
3) Discuss the following:
Where did life take you?
What thoughts and feelings came to mind as you walked through the scenarios?
What were some of the toughest choices you had to make? Why?
Let's Debrief . . .
and Our Educational Journeys . . .
An undocumented individual is a non-citizen living in the U.S. without authorization, in the form of valid immigration status, from the federal government.
Entered without inspection, or
Entered with a valid visa or other status, and overstayed the authorized duration of that status
Individual granted DACA is authorized by the Department of Homeland Security
to be lawfully present in the United States.
Laws and Policies Affecting
Arrival before 16th birthday
Continuous residence since 2007
No severe criminal history
Temporary protection from deportation
Work Permit, Social Security Number
CA Driver’s License and ID Card
Possible to travel abroad with Advanced Parole
*** DACA IS NOT ***
California law that allows a qualifying student, who would otherwise not be,
eligible for in-state tuition to pay in-state tuition fees
at any UC, CSU, or CA community college.
Attended a CA high school for 3+ years
Graduated from a CA high school, attained a G.E.D., or passed the CA High School Proficiency Exam.
Must not hold a valid non-immigrant visa.
Did you know? U.S. Citizens can also be AB540 Eligible?
California DREAM Act
(Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) Act
California law that makes qualifying undocumented students eligible for state-based grants and institutional scholarships
*** Must meet income to qualify ***
allows students who meet AB 540 criteria to apply for non-state funded scholarships for colleges and universities.
allows students who meet AB 540 criteria to apply for state-funded financial aid.
Visually . . .
Immigration Laws and Policies are complicated...
Not All Undocumented Students Qualify for AB540
Not All Undocumented Students Qualify for DACA
But Those in the "Sweet Spot" enjoy the most benefits...
Generally, undocumented individuals face the following
Face imminent threat of deportation
Do not have permission to work
Cannot leave the United States and return
Cannot obtain a Social Security Number
Did you know? All undocumented people are diverse!
The UndocuStudent Life Journey
( Instructions )
Welcome to your life!
Blue ID Card (Back of Handout)
Identity card ( w/ID # )
Why do you think we did this?
What's the purpose of the activity?
Let's revisit immigration
policies . . .
When in doubt,
Call Marcus Tang!
Think about it…
AB 540 is not really introduced in schools
Identity verification policies (e.g. background checks for internships) alienate AB 540 and undocumented students.
Political climate and community awareness on AB 540 and undocumented issues should be understood and acknowledged.
When asked questions about resources for AB 540 and undocumented students, ensure that the information is correct before giving information you are unsure about.
On your handout, write down:
What did you decide to do after finding out your family member was going to be deported?
Will you be sharing this with your friend?
Assembly Bill 540;
Assembly Bill 130 and 131;
California Dream Act
DACA: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals