In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. the AIM to Dream Center has transitioned to serving students in a virtual environment. We are now available to serve you through various remote methods. We are able to assist you via phone, email, online chat, or video conference. We encourage you to find a method that fits your needs. We know this is a time of uncertainty and concern for many of you, and we want to reassure you that although we may not be able to offer in-person services at this time, we will continue to be available to assist you.
Welcome to the AIM to Dream Center
At the AIM to Dream Resource Center, we help Allan Hancock College undocumented students make the dream of a college degree a reality. The goal of the center is to help students overcome the unique challenges that get in the way of achieving academic personal and professional excellence.
We are available via telephone and/ or Zoom, a video-conferencing tool, for schedule appointments.
Coordinator and Facilitators are available for drop-ins to answer quick questions. To speak to a a AIM/ Dream Staff by telephone, please call 805-922-6966 ext.3177 or 3876 and have your H# ready.
FREE IMMIGRATION LEGAL SERVICES
Allan Hancock College and UFW Foundation are partnering to provide free immigration legal services to All students, faculty, and staff.
CA Community College Undocumented Resources
CA COVID-19 Rent Relief/Alivio de alquiler CA COVID-12
National Immigration Legal Services Directory
Use the link below to search for immigration legal services providers by state, county, or detention facility. Only nonprofit organizations that provide free or low-cost immigration legal services are included in this directory.
Allan Hancock DACA Statement
WASHINGTON—A federal judge in New York invalidated Trump administration rules narrowing the program that protects immigrants living in the U.S. since childhood without legal permission, ruling the restrictions were improperly issued.
This restores the program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, to near-full operation. That means, for the first time since September 2017, new applicants who were not previously eligible, typically because they were too young, may now apply.
Yesterday, July 28, 2020, despite the Supreme Court ruling that USCIS must reinstate the DACA program to its entirety, USCIS issued a memo with the following key information for current DACA recipients and those interested in applying for DACA for the first time:
- Future renewals will only be issued for 1 year instead of 2 years.
- Pending new DACA applications that were pending will be denied.
- Advanced Parole applications will be denied unless DACA recipients can prove “exceptional circumstances” for the request.
The fight for our DACA community and DREAMERS is not over. We will continue to update you on changes as they develop. The following highlight ideas for students that colleges can continue to explore regardless of the DACA decision.
- Paid Internships