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Undocumented Students Services

Undocumented Students Services

Due to COVID-19, we are operating in a hybrid mode of operation by providing both in-person and online services. The Bronco Dreamers Resource Center is now open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. To make an appointment with our Senior Coordinator, please click here. 

Come on in to get assistance in filling out your Dream Act Application, making an appointment with our legal (to renew DACA, or receive immigration services), receive free printing, study, use our computers, or get free BDRC gear! 

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DACA Updates

DACA Updates
As of 9/8/2021

USCIS Updates

USCIS has updated their website to say that,in compliance with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, the agency will now:  

  • Not be granting initial DACA requests and accompanying requests for employment authorization. 
  • Continue to grant or deny renewal DACA requests, according to existing policy. 
  • Accept applications to travel internationally through Advance Parole for educational, professional, and humanitarian reasons.
  • Restore work permits to 2 years instead of 1 & Issue automatic Extensions for permits issued for 1 year.

USCIS announced it will reuse previously submitted biometrics to process valid Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, extension requests. We encourage DACA recipients to renew their DACA, if needed. Please visit this website for the latest USCIS updates in relation to COVID-19.

National Immigration Law Center (NILC) Resources
Official Department of Homeland Security Memo
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)
Announcement: http://daca.chirla.org.


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Dream Scholarship
This scholarship was started with a goal to help all students receive a quality and equal education regardless of their immigration status.  With the will of one student, then president of the Mexican American Student Association—Ricardo Ortega, and support from his family and friends the scholarship was started in the spring of 2006.  Now his dream continues gaining support from Cal Poly Pomona administrators and students alike, who see the strength and importance of this scholarship and share its initial goal. By contributing to the Dream Scholarship, you will help fund the tuition of undocumented students.

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Undocumented Students Services
The Undocumented Students Services supports the holistic success (academic, personal, professional) of undocumented students at Cal Poly Pomona. Its purpose is to educate the community about current issues and to convene campus allies in a dialogue of student success. By donating to the Undocumented Students Services, you will contribute to on-going programs and student staffing.

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