News, Analyses, and Information
- Immigration Professor's Blog
- Migration Dialogue, UC Davis
- Migration Policy Institute
- Pew Research Center
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
- National Immigration Law Center
- Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)
- College Board: Advising Undocumented Students
- Center for Labor Research & Education, UCLA
- National Council of La Raza: Keeping the Dream Alive
- DREAM Activist: Undocumented Students Action and Resources Network
Legal and Political Resources
- Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund
- National Immigration Law Center
- Asian American Justice Center
- ACLU Immigrant Rights Center
- Immigrants Advocates Network
- National Council of La Raza
- National Immigration Forum
- National Immigration Project
- Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse
- National Network of Immigrant and Refugee Rights
- Immigrant Solidarity Network
- North American Integration and Development Center
Know Your Rights Information
- ITIN (Individual Tax Identification Number) - ALL undocumented students should apply for one. Find out more information.
- ITIN Application
- A Know Your Rights Video
- DREAM Act Fact Sheet by National Immigration Law Center
- DREAM vs. Reality: An Analysis of Potential DREAM Act Beneficiaries by Jeanne Batalova and Margie McHugh, Migration Policy Institute, 2010
- "U.S. Unauthorized Immigration Flows Are Down Sharply Since Mid-Decade," by Jeffrey Passel, Pew Hispanic Center, and D'Vera Cohen, Pew Research Center, 2010.
- U.S. Congressional Budget Office - DREAM Cost Estimates
- "No DREAMers Left Behind: The Economic Benefits of DREAM Act Beneficiaries," by North American Integration and Development Center
- Letters from DREAM Act Supporter: Institutions of Higher Learning (posted by E4FC)
DREAM Act Organizations
- National Immigrant Youth Alliance
- United We Dream
- Dream Into Reality (DIR)
- AZ Dream Action Coalition
California Specific Information
Additional Article Citations
- Abrego, Leisy Janet. 2006. “I Can’t Go to College Because I Don’t Have Papers”: Incorporation Patterns of Latino Undocumented Youth. Latino Studies 4(3): 212-231.
- Abrego, Leisy Janet. 2008. Legitimacy, Social Identity, and the Mobilization of Law: The Effects of Assembly Bill 540 on Undocumented Students in California. Law and Social Inquiry 33(3): 709-734.
- Abrego, Leisy J. and Roberto G. Gonzales. 2010. Blocked Paths, Uncertain Futures: The Postsecondary Education and Labor Market Prospects of Undocumented Latino Youth.Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 15: 144-157.
- Gonzales, Roberto G. 2007. Wasted Talent and Broken Dreams: The Lost Potential of Undocumented Students. Immigration Policy Center 5(13): 1-11.
- Huber, Lindsay Perez and Maria C. Malagon. 2007. Silenced Struggles: The Experiences of Latina and Latino Undocumented College Students in California. Nevada Law Journal 7: 841-861.
- Olivas, Michael A. 2009. Undocumented College Students, Taxation, and Financial Aid: A Technical Note. The Review of Higher Education 32(3): 407-416.
- Olivas, Michael A., 2010. The Political Economy Of The Dream Act And The Legislative Process: A Case Study Of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, 55 Wayne Law Review1757 (2010).
- Olivas, Michael A., IIRIRA, The DREAM Act, and Undocumented College Student Residency, 30 Journal of College & University Law, 435-464 (2004), also reprinted in 9Bender's Immigration Law Bulletin 307 (2004).
Information compiled for 2011 NASPA National Conference.
Contributors: Sefa Aina (Pomona College), Santiago Bernal (UCLA), Angela Chen (UCLA), Laura Enriquez (UCLA), Miriam Feldblum (Pomona College), Sergio Marin (Pomona College), Matt Matera (ScholarshipsA-Z), and Maria Tucker (Pomona College)