Join us in conversation with Karla Cornejo Villavicencio, author of “The Undocumented Americans.” At a time when the fabled American Dream is turning into a nightmare for so many, Ms. Cornejo Villavicencio’s searing debut is an incandescent and fearless indictment against the dark systemic forces of racism and immigration injustice. This event is co-sponsored by: Cornell Law School, Cornell Dean of Students Office, Dream Team, the Department of Romance Studies, and AltBreaks.
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By KARLA (Interviewed by Carolina) Many of you have wondered what the process is for traveling abroad with DACA. And while I have personally not gone through the process, I am excited to announce that for the coming weeks, we… Read More ›
Ibañez Productions, who made the TV Series, Undocumented Tales, recently announced a casting call to act in a short film. Here is the synopsis of the short film: “Santiago is a Mexican teenager who migrates to the U.S. and an… Read More ›
(Last updated on September 2023) My Undocumented Life and UndocuPhDs have partnered to curate a list of publications that are written by currently or formerly undocumented folks. This is a growing list that includes books, dissertations/MA thesis, academic articles, chapters,… Read More ›
At My Undocumented Life, we provide up-to-date information and resources for undocumented students. Most importantly, we strive to provide a sense of community— a place where we can share our experiences and advice, support each other, and connect with fellow undocumented students… Read More ›
Should I apply for advance parole? I am eligible to adjust my status, but need a “legal entry” and DACA-Advance Parole would help me with that, what can I do? I was granted Advance Parole, should I still travel abroad? I am… Read More ›
By KARLA Three years after DACA, more undocumented youth have been able to access higher education and graduate school. It’s exciting to see a growing number of undocumented students enter and complete law school. Undocumented law students have begun to connect… Read More ›