The Stand With Students Photo Project: Social Media Involvement

Take a set at the Table
Our immigrant students, teachers, staff, and administrators have been subjected to scapegoating and prejudice within the political arena, which creates a working and studying environment where members of our college communities may feel alienated, unwelcome, and unsafe. In reaction, we need to stand together to show the character of our community.

A key question in determining whether a sanction is a punishment is not whether it is criminal or civil, but whether it is remedial or punitive

 “A contested deportation proceeding is, in essence, a quest for the truth. Immigration Court should not cease to be impartial merely because in its quest for the truth it perceives avenues of unexplored inquiry brought forth by Respondents who seeks to clarify record by calling the attention of Immigration Court to certain areas of inquiry not yet developed. Immigration Courts in deciding to rest on the original record, without seeking further significant likelihood of removal in the reasonably foreseeable future its “leading back to an absurdity.” Lazarus  Archison
The strength of our solidarity and unity rests on the understanding we have for and about each others’ struggles. Visit  ‘Stand With Students Project Facebook page‘ Post a picture with a message with why you are standing up in support of our immigrant students, teachers, staff, and administrators!”


Emergency Aid update

Emergency grants available for DACA students

Resources for undocumented students – California Community Colleges

What do I need to know if the DACA Program Ends? – Immigrant Legal Resource Center

National Immigration Law Center

National Immigration Justice Center  

Source: San Diego Community College District


Information update for DACA students – 3/9/18
Based upon a recent Supreme Court action, the United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) is continuing to accept DACA renewal requests or requests from individuals who previously had DACA. Individuals who have never applied for DACA before cannot apply. Students in doubt as to their eligibility should speak with a qualified attorney or legal representative. Read more.





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