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Resources for COVID-19

Resources are available for undocumented people! Follow the link below for more information on the many available resources for undocumented and all individuals.

Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)
CARECEN envisions Los Angeles becoming a place where Central Americans and all other communities live in peace and dignity, enjoying economic well-being, social justice, and political empowerment. CARECEN empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice and promoting cultural diversity.

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)
CHIRLA'S mission is to achieve a just society fully inclusive of immigrants. CHIRLA organizes and serves individuals, institutions and coalitions to build power, transform public opinion, and change policies to achieve full human, civil and labor rights. Guided by the power, love, and vision of our community, CHIRLA embraces and drives progressive social change.

Immigrants Rising
Immigrants Rising ​​​​transforms lives and fuels broader changes. With resources and support, undocumented young people are able to get an education, pursue careers, and build a brighter future for themselves and our country.

United We Dream
At United We Dream, we transform that fear into finding your voice. We empower people to develop their leadership, their organizing skills, and to develop our own campaigns to fight for justice and dignity for immigrants and all people. This is achieved through immigrant youth-led campaigns at the local, state, and federal level.

Resources for Real ID

Starting in May 2023, the federal Real ID Act will place new rules on which forms of identification may be used to board flights within the United States (U.S.) and enter secure federal facilities, such as military bases, federal courthouses, and other federal facilities.

In collaboration with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC), the California State University Chancellor's Office, Foundation for California Community Colleges, and the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office hosted an informational webinar on November 17, 2021, to share updates on The Real ID Act. Experts from the ILRC shared an overview of: California drivers’ licenses, identification cards, AB 60 drivers’ licenses, and Real ID cards (including who qualifies, what is needed to apply, when to use them, and associated benefits). A recording of the webinar as well as other resources are available below.

Webinar Resources:
PowerPoint Presentation
Webinar Recording
Find a California Community College Legal Service Provider
Find a Cal State Legal Service Provider
CA DMV website FAQ
Department of Homeland Security FAQ
AB 60 Drivers License FAQ
TSA list of documents (in addition to or as an alternative to REAL ID) that can be used to board a domestic flight

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC) has an office in Los Angeles that provides naturalization application assistance at no charge. AAJC assists immigrants to take the final step in their immigration journey and become full participants in our collective American story by helping people become US citizens. This at no charge service is currently being provided remotely (via phone and an online system called Citizenshipworks) due to COVID-19.

Informed Immigrant


Scholarships and Legal Resources

California Community Colleges

Resources for Undocumented Students


National Immigration Law Center- Legal information for undocumented students/dreamers

Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs

The Los Angeles Mayor’s website offers updates and resources for undocumented individuals

Prehealth Dreamers info

Information & Resources for dreamers/undocumented students seeking careers in STEM

Immigration Law Help

Immediate Questions for undocumented individuals

Dreams Resource Center


Carolina Yernazian, Counselor/Coordinator

Noemi Caraveo, Counselor

Victor Chavez, Student Services Assistant

Email: @email