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Welcome!
 The City of San José’s Office of Immigrant Affairs was established in 2015 for the purpose of creating a more informed, engaged, and welcoming experience for immigrants; increase opportunities for shared prosperity, and aim at becoming the most successful multi-cultural city in the world.

Here you will find information about organizations equipped to serve you and a list of informational events in San José.


SCHOLARSHIPS FOR DACA AVAILABLE NOW
Over 154,000 Dreamers are eligible to renew their DACA status by October 5. Join us to make sure that as many Dreamers as possible are able to file their applications before the deadline.

Thanks to the support of our incredible community, $495 scholarships are being offered to Dreamers so they can renew their DACA status before October 5. Since time is of the essence, this program is available nationwide. All Dreamers need to do is apply online and have an EAD card (work permit). They'll receive a check made out to the Department of Homeland Security within 48 hours.

Website to apply www.lc4daca.org 
For questions, contact:

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The Governor's Office Has Launched the California Immigrant Guide
This tool provides information on state-funded programs benefitting immigrants in California. The website can be found at www.immigrantguide.ca.gov. The website currently highlights four main programs: Learn English, Find Jobs, and Training, Education, and Legal Help and Citizenship.

Given the recent rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the website has information for DACA grantees on accessing legal services to renew, as well as information on the impact of the decision on key state programs.                                                                   
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Collaborative Rapid Response Hotline Now Available!
Community leaders and immigrant empowerment organization has reaffirmed their commitment to keep families together and supporting those impacted by immigration enforcement by launching a new RAPID RESPONSE HOTLINE to call for immediate support if ICE comes to your home, workplace or neighborhood, or to report a raid.


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News and Announcements
Mayor Liccardo and City Council File Lawsuit on Challenging
Trump Administration's Action to Eliminate the DACA Program Media Advisory....
Statement from Mayor Sam Liccardo regarding the Trump's announcement to rescind DACA
Declaración del Alcalde Sam Liccardo sobre el anuncio de la Administración de Trump de rescindir DACA Press Release