The Berkeley Legal Services Program is a partnership between Berkeley Law’s International Human Rights Law Clinic and the Undocumented Students Program to provide legal support and resources about immigration law to undocumented students at Cal. The Legal Services Program hosts informational workshops and weekly office hours to provide legal information regarding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and other immigration matters to interested students.
Office hours are held in the Dreamers Resource Center, located in 119 Cesar Chavez Student , every Friday 11am-2pm. Students can drop in or sign up in advance for an appointment to ask any questions about their immigration case. Students who are eligible to apply for DACA or another immigration status are matched with volunteer attorneys who will represent them in their cases at no charge.
Students are eligible for:
- Legal Orientation
- Free Legal one-on-one consultation
- Financial support with DACA application fee
On a first come first serve basis. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is here! Check out the following resources E4FC has prepared:
- Six Reasons to Consider Applying for DACA
- Step-by-Step Guide for DREAMers Applying for DACA
- Deferred Action FAQs
- “Beyond Deferred Action” Guide: Long-Term Immigration Remedies Every DREAMer Should Know About
- Free and anonymous DREAMer Intake Service
- Advice on Getting Legal Help
- Comparison of Benefits and Rights Based on Immigration Status
Additional Community Legal Resources
- CENTRO LEGAL
- ASPIRE ( Asian Students Promoting Immigrant Rights through Education)