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Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)

What I Need to Know About the End of DACA Community Advisory

Immigration Resources

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):  Rescission Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

 * English (.pdf)               * Spanish  (.pdf)                * Chinese (.pdf)

 

 *** Click Here for Info to Renew your DACA by October 5, 2017 ***

 

DACA Application Assistance Providers

Message from Superintendent Parulan-Colfer on HLP Safe Schools and Safe Havens and DACA

Message from Superintendent Parulan-Colfer (9/6/2017):
 
HLPUSD Community:
Yesterday morning, action was taken on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) by the President of the United States that creates questions and concerns from students, families, and staff members.  I want to ensure that we are reminded of this District's commitment to the families we serve.
 
Several months ago, a unanimous decision by the Board of Education reiterated what this school district stands for:  Hacienda La Puente maintains its commitment to serving all of the students within our community and providing them with an education in a safe environment.  As supported by the LA County Office of Education, the action on DACA does not impact our responsibility to provide an education.  The legal obligations put forth by both the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Plyer vs. Doe and the California Constitution defines public education as a fundamental right for our students.
 
Our roles as educators remains consistent: we are here to support our students and their families by providing support and information. HLPUSD continues to be a  Safe Haven for students regardless  of their immigration status.  With the recent actions, staff has worked on more opportunities to provide information to our staff and community:
 
  • Office Equity and Access will provide after school workshops for teachers interested in learning more about DACA and Immigration Rights.
  • Parent/Family information Nights will be hosted by Equity and Access. 
  • Information and protocols for administrators will be reviewed at the District Leadership Team meeting on Monday, September 11, 2017.
  •  A copy of the Board Resolution is highlighted on the website.
  • The Website on Immigration Rights has been updated to include newer resources regarding DACA: http://www.hlpschools.org/immigration
Please feel free to contact us with questions or concerns or suggestions to assist in helping to keep everyone informed.  In trying times, I again reiterate my appreciation to each of you for your dedication and commitment to our students and families.
 
Cynthia Parulan-Colfer
Superintendent
Hacienda La Puente Unified School District
 
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Mensaje de parte de la Superintendente Parulan-Colfer (9/6/2017)

 

A la Comunidad de HLPUSD:

 

Ayer por la mañana, se tomaron medidas sobre la Acción Diferida para los llegados en la Infancia (DACA) del Presidente de los Estados Unidos que creó preocupaciones y preguntas de parte de los estudiantes, familias y miembros del personal.  Yo quiero garantizar el compromiso del Distrito para con las familias que servimos.  Hace algunos meses, una decisión unánime reiteró lo que representa éste distrito escolar.  Hacienda La Puente mantiene su compromiso de server a todos los estudiantes dentro de nuestra comunidad proporcionándoles una educación en un ambiente seguro.   Con el apoyo de la Oficina de Educación del Condado de Los Ángeles, la acción de DACA no afecta nuestra responsabilidad para proporcionar una educación.  Las obligaciones legales propuestas por ambas, La Suprema Corte, y la Constitución de California, en la decisión Plyer vs. Doe define que la educación pública es un derecho fundamental de nuestros estudiantes

 

Nuestro papel como educadores sigue siendo consistente: estamos aquí para apoyar a nuestros estudiantes y sus familias por medio de apoyo e información.  HLPUSD continúa siendo un refugio seguro para estudiantes sin importar su estado migratorio.  Con las acciones recientes, el personal ha estado trabajando en más oportunidades para ofrecer información a nuestro personal y la comunidad:

 

El departamento de Equidad y Acceso ofrecerá talleres después de clases para maestros que estén interesados en aprender más sobre DACA y derechos sobre Inmigración.

Noches Informativas para padres/familias se llevarán a cabo a través del departamento de Acceso y Equidad

 

Se repasarán la Información y los protocolos para administradores durante la reunión del lunes, 11 de septiembre, 2017 del Equipo de Liderazgo del Distrito

Una copia de la Resolución de la Junta Directiva se destaca en el sitio web del distrito

El sitio web sobre Derechos de Inmigración ha sido actualizado para incluir nuevos recursos sobre DACA:

http://www.hlpschools.org/immigration

 

Por favor no se detenga para ponerse en contacto con nosotros si tiene preguntas o preocupaciones, o sugerencias que nos ayude a mantener a todos informados. En tiempos difíciles, vuelvo a reintegrar mi agradecimiento a cada uno por su dedicación y compromiso hacia nuestros estudiantes y familias

 

Cynthia Parulan-Colfer

Superintendente

Distrito Escolar Unificado Hacienda La Puente

 

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HLPUSD 社區:

 

昨天上午,美國總統就兒童抵達延期行動DACA)採取了行動,引起了學生,家屬和工作人員的質疑和關切。我想確保提醒我們這個區對我們服務的家庭的承諾


幾個月前,教育委員會的一致決定重申了這所學區是什麼意思:Hacienda La Puente學區堅持致力於為社區內的所有學生提供服務,並為安全的環境提供教育。在洛杉磯縣教育廳的支持下,DACA的行動不影響我們提供教育的責任。美國最高法院對PlyerDoe和加利福尼亞憲法的判決規定的法律義務將公共教育視為我們學生的基本權

 

我們作為教育者的角色仍保持一致:
我們在這里通過提供支持和信息來支持我們的學生及其家人。
無論移民身份如何,HLPUSD仍然是學生的避風港。
隨著最近的行動,工作人員致

更多的機會向我們的工作人員和社區提供資訊

 

·       辦公室權益和獲取機構 (Office Equity and Access) 將為有興趣了解DACA和移民權益的教師提供課後研討

·       家長/家庭信息夜間將由Equity and Access

·       管理人員的信息和協議將在2017911日星期一的區領導小組會議上進行審

·       董事會決議的副本將在網站上突出顯示

·       移民人權網站已更新,以包括關於 DACA 更新資源: HTTP://www.hlpschools.org/immigration

 


請隨時與我們聯繫,提出問題, 疑慮或建議,以協助幫助大家了解情況。
在時候,我再次重申,感謝你們對我們學生和家屬的奉獻和承.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resolution - Hacienda La Puente Unified School Safe Zones and Safe Havens

Resolution

Hacienda La Puente Unified School District - Safe Zones and Safe Havens

   

Introduction:

On January 26, 2017, the Board of Education passed a resolution designating Hacienda La Puente Unified School District campuses as Safe Zones and Safe Havens. Our school board has expressed its commitment to ensure our campuses, students, and families feel safe when they come to school.  This resolution does not change any of our existing policies and practices regarding admission, enrollment practices, release of students and release of any student information.

 

HLPUSD is committed to providing a safe environment where all are treated equally. Equal treatment will be regardless of race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression.

Resources, Links, Guides and Organizations to Support Questions on Immigration

Mayor Garcetti’s Community Resource Guide for Immigrants with information on immigration and refugee rights and resources (www.lamayor.org/KnowYourRights)

 

Association of California School Administrators developed a fact sheet regarding undocumented students and families for schools (www.acsa.org).

 

Asian Americans for AdvaAsian Americans for Advancing Justice-LA (www.advancingjustice-la.org) The mission is to advocate for civil rights, provide legal services and education and build coalitions to positively influence and impact Asian American, Native Hawaiina, and Pacific Islanders and to create a more equitable and harmonious society.Included in their work are immigrant rights and DACA

Anti-Defamation League (www.adl.org) The Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1913 "to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all." Now one of the nation's premier civil rights/human relations agency, ADL fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all.

Border Angels (www.borderangels.org) An organization focusing on migrant outreach (preventing unnecessary deaths and harm reduction through desert water drops, border rescue stations and day laborer outreach), immigration consulting (FREE immigration services and consultations)and education and advocacy related to undocumented migrants, immigration and border issues.

CHIRLA (www.chirla.org) Advancing human and civil rights of immigrants and refugees in Los Angeles – dedicated to promoting harmonious multi-ethnic and multi-racial human relations through coalition building, advocacy, community education, organizing. Have many resources related to DACA, DAPA, AB60, etc. Good references for legal services and community education.

Council on American-Islamic Relations - CAIR (www.cair.com) CAIR's vision is to be a leading advocate for justice and mutual understanding. CAIR's mission is to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding. CAIR has a department to monitor and combat Islamophobia, tracks sources and incidents of Islamophobia across the country, and produces factsheets to debunk false information that has been spread about Islam and Muslims.

Immigrant Legal Resource Center (www.ilrc.org) Provide legal assistance to immigration lawa practitioners and community based organizations, focus on immigrant policy reform to strengthen immigrant communities nationwide, engage immigrants in mobilizing around issues critical to their communities. Have publications and resources related to DACA and immigration.

My (Un)Documented Life: (www.mydocumentedlife.org) The mission at My (Un)Documented Life is to provide up-to-date information and resources to undocumented immigrants. We post scholarship opportunities that are open to undocumented students, strategies for navigating the educational system, information on how to apply for DACA/Advanced Parole, news on DAPA, and much more. The site provides post election news and what it means for undocumented community and the steps they can take to protect themselves.

National Immigration Law Center (www.nilc.org) Established in 1979, NILC is one of the leading organizations in the US exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of low-income immigrants. The core set of integrated strategies include impact litigation, policy analysis and advocacy, and strategic communications.

Southern Poverty Law Center (www.splcenter.org) SPLC is a civil rights organization dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality. They are currently also monitoring reports of racial harassment and intimidation in the wake of the presidential election, provide resources related to fighting hate. They are also the umbrella organization under which resources for teachers/educators are provided through: Teaching Tolerance (www.tolerance.org) Teaching Tolerance has resources related to talking with students post-election, working with children related to inclusiveness and standing up to bias.

United We Dream (www.unitedwedream.org) United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation. The powerful nonpartisan network is made up of over 100,000 immigrant youth and allies and 55 affiliate organizations in 26 states that organize and advocate for the dignity and fair treatment of immigrant youth and families, regardless of immigration status

Immigration Resources

College Resources for Undocumented Students

College Resources for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students or eligible students:

 

 

Resources for Undocumented Students - Chancellor's Office ...

www.cccco.edu

Resources for Undocumented Students. The following information is intended to help students and colleges in the time of uncertainty about immigration policies related ...

 

News and Resources for Colleges Serving Undocumented ...

cccie.org

New Bipartisan Dream Act of 2017 Would Offer Legal Status and Eventual Citizenship for Undocumented Youth The recently announced bipartisan Dream Act of 2017, which ...

 

Campus support | UC undocumented student resources

undoc.universityofcalifornia.edu

Campus support. If you’re thinking about applying to UC or just started as new student, there are a range of campus resources to help you. Each campus has staff and ....

FAQ: DACA Update - August 30, 2017

www2.calstate.edu

FAQ: DACA Update - August 30, 2017 AB540