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Immigration Resources

Posted: November 18, 2019

BREAKING: On July 16, 2021, a Federal District Court judge in Texas issued a ruling in Texas v. U.S. limiting the DACA program and declaring it unlawful. Effective immediately, the court’s decision prohibits the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) from approving any new DACA applications. While new applications will no longer be approved, renewals will continue to move forward. It is also important to note that individuals who currently have DACA will keep their protections, and pending renewal applications will be processed normally. Contact Lily Dorn at with questions.

The National Association of Community Health Centers has joined the California Primary Care Association, the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, and the Texas Association of Community Health Centers in a statement raising concerns about the ruling. The National Immigration Law Center also released a statement on the ruling here and created an updated action in response to Friday’s ruling requesting Congress take immediate action to provide a pathway for citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants – including thousands of DACAeligible immigrants whose futures hang in the balance due to the uncertainty surrounding this latest ruling. Click here to email your Member of Congress.  

NEW: Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) Community Alert: DACA Update

The ILRC created a one-pager for partners and community members detailing the latest DACA ruling and how it impacts the DACA community. Click here to access the one-pager. The ILRC will continue to add community-facing materials to the same link so please continue to check back for updates.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

CA PIF Outreach & Communications Workgroup Patient-Facing Materials

The Outreach & Communications Workgroup that CPCA leads under the CA-PIF efforts, has created three community-facing documents to help consumers navigate the health system, prepare for a meeting with an attorney around public charge and information about how to obtain COVID-19 testing and services.Resources are also available in Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tagalog and Korean.

The Healthcare System & COVID-19 for California Immigrants

California Immigrants & COVID-19

Advocate for Yourself & Your Right to Health

Training Request: Promoting Safe Access to Care for California Immigrants

The California Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF) Coalition’s Outreach and Communications Workgroup formed an online training request form for partners to request trainings based on their communities’ needs. The overarching message of the trainings is simply that California immigrants and undocumented individuals are eligible to use public services such as COVID-19 testing, treatment and vaccines, Medi-Cal, CalFresh, WIC, Head Start, Food Banks and more.

Request a training here. 

CPCA – “Know Your Rights” Resources

Visit CPCA’s Know Your Rights Immigration Resources page to learn more about how to support you health center in protecting immigrant communities from ICE. Resources include Know Your Rights resources in multiple languages and CPCA’s Immigration toolkit for health centers.

CHIRLA Immigrant Assistance Toll Free Help Line: 888-624-4752

The CHIRLA Community Education team is prepared to answer questions with referral information for patients who may feel sick or may not know what to do. COVID-19 posters with information and CHIRLA’s help line can be downloaded in English and Spanish. 

CIPC COVID-19 Resource Guide for Immigrants in California

Click HERE for the California Immigrant and Policy Center’s Resource Guide for Immigrants in California.

Public Charge Resources

Click HERE for CCALAC’s Public Charge Resources library.

Doctors for Immigrants: “Sanctuary Hospital” Project

Enforcement-Related Resources

Memo on Sponsor Responsibilities

Know Your Rights Resources

Health Center Immigration Policies & Procedures

“Sensitive Locations” Guidance and Resources

LA County

City of Los Angeles


Find an Immigration Attorney

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