Are You Eligible to Apply for DACA Renewal?

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The NYC DREAMer Fund makes rapid-response grants and 0% interest loans to cover DACA fees for NYC residents eligible to apply for DACA renewal. New Economy Project operates the fund in partnership with dozens of nonprofit organizations that can help you prepare your DACA renewal application.


Grants and loans are available within 2 business days. Visit www.neweconomynyc.org/DREAMer for more info and to apply!

1/25 Event: DACA & Civil Rights Town Hall Panel

DACA Civil Rights Town Hall

1/18 EVENT: FREE HELP WITH DACA RENEWALS AND APPLICATIONS

DACA Renewal Applications

9/28 Event: Free DACA Renewals

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Skadden Arps will be hosting a DACA renewal clinic in connection with the Legal Aid Society on September 28th. The clinic will take place at the firm’s New York office, located at 4 Times Square (West 42nd Street at Broadway) from 9 AM to 5 PM.  Clients who are interested in participating in the clinic should call the Legal Aid Society at (844) 955-3425, or email them at dream@legal-aid.org.

02/15 Deadline: TheDream.US Scholarship

As you may know, The City University of New York has partnered with  TheDream.US, a national foundation that provides college scholarships to undocumented students across the country.  Over 300 scholarship recipients are enrolled at CUNY colleges this fall, and we look forward to increasing this number even more.  A new scholarship application round opened in September and will run through February 15, 2016.  We want to work with our partners throughout the City to spread the word about this amazing opportunity – undocumented students who are DACA-eligible can receiveup to $25,000 in college tuition, and once enrolled in CUNY scholarship recipients receive special advisement and training.

Some important notes about the scholarship:

  • High school seniors who will graduate in 2016 as well as high school graduates who have not yet enrolled in college are the most viable candidates for the scholarships for first-time college students.
  • Community college students who will graduate in 2016 or community college graduates who have not yet enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program are the most viable candidates for the scholarships for community college graduates.
  • Scholarship liaisons at every CUNY college serving undergraduate students are available to discuss the scholarship application with prospective candidates – their contact info is listed here.
  • For more information about student eligibility requirements or to access the scholarship application, please visit TheDream.US website.
  • For more information about CUNY’s participation in this amazing scholarship program, please visit our scholarship webpage.

Attached are scholarship flyers in five different languages.  Below please find links to promotional PSAs produced by TheDream.US.

6/30 Event: Meet & Greet and Informational Forum with Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke

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