Many of us got very little sleep last night (if at all) after becoming increasingly concerned, anxious, and fearful over the election results and its implications. For undocumented immigrants, this election brings forth even more uncertainty. What will happen to… Read More ›
Join United We Dream’s “Urgency Call tonight Nov. 9 to join together and decide how we will fight back” Llamada en español tambien
By RACHEL FREEMAN Please see the message below from United We Dream about their urgency call tonight, November 9th! “The most contentious election in a generation is over. We are declaring a STATE OF URGENCY & RESILIENCE for our communities. Over the… Read More ›
Brown University’s New Admissions Policy: How It Came About and Advice on Applying from Current Students and Faculty
By KEVIN ESCUDERO, SILVINA HERNANDEZ, RENATA MAURIZ, LINDA MEDINA, ANAMARIA MENESES LEON, and ALEXIS RODRIGUEZ-CAMACHO According to a September 12, 2016 announcement, Brown University shifted its admissions and financial aid policies to treat undocumented students as domestic students in calculating… Read More ›
At My (Un)Documented Life blog, we share up-to-date information and resources for undocumented immigrants. We are also an online community- a place where we can share our experiences, build support, and connect with undocumented folks and allies across the country and beyond…. Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA In this forum, you will have the opportunity to connect with fellow undocumented young adults. You will also receive tools to help you pursue your initiatives and projects of social entrepreneurship. The Forum will be held in Los Angeles,… Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA Tangled Routes is an international project, which seeks to facilitate the sharing of stories of people who migrate. They are currently hosting a competition and welcome personal stories, poetry, photos, and videos that speak to the migrant, refugee… Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA UC Berkeley is having a one-day online Big Give fundraising extravaganza on Wednesday, November 18th at 9 pm and ends on Thursday, November 19th at 9 pm. As you know, many undocumented students face a unique set of academic, legal, financial, and… Read More ›
By JENNIFER S. (Interviewed by Carolina Valdivia) This week, we have the pleasure of sharing with you all Jennifer’s experience and advice about blogging as a formerly undocumented immigrant. I first got the opportunity to connect with Jennifer close to two… Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA Are you thinking about starting your own blog about being undocumented? Or perhaps you already created a blog and could use some motivation? This week, we are happy to feature Prerna Lal‘s experience on, and advice about, starting… Read More ›
Support the Education Equity Act: In-state tuition and financial aid for undocumented students in Massachusetts!
By RACHEL FREEMAN The Education Equity Act has been introduced in the state of Massachusetts, which would allow undocumented students to pay in-state tuition and receive financial aid at public colleges and universities. The Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), a youth-led nonprofit in Massachusetts,… Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA Oscar Adrian Hernandez was recently accepted into UC Irvine School of Medicine, Class of 2019! This means three things … 1. He will be the first person in his family to not only graduate from college, but attend medical school…. Read More ›
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA Carolina Bortolleto, an undocumented and unafraid leader in the undocumented immigrant youth movement, has worked tirelessly for years to help our community and fight for immigrant rights, and now she is the one in need of help.
By CAROLINA VALDIVIA Are you undocumented and currently completing your undergraduate studies? Consider participating in the UndocuScholars survey project- a national survey led by Dr.Robert Teranishi, Dr. Carola Suarez-