Si Se Puede® Immigration Legal Services

UFW Foundation immigration attorneys and DOJ Accredited Representatives are available to provide culturally competent, trauma-informed, and reliable expertise to the campus community. We can serve people in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Mixteco, and Mandarin; simply indicate your language preference. To protect the communities we serve during the pandemic, all appointments are remote via video conference or phone call. 


Get Help with Citizenship

Our bilingual team of attorneys and Department of Justice accredited representatives are authorized to provide legal counsel on immigration matters. With the UFW Foundation, we explain the process, assist with completing the application, and help those who qualify to apply for fee waivers. *For a limited time, you can complete your application with the UFW Foundation for FREE in California! 

Get Help with DACA

A judge in Texas has just ordered the DACA program to be partially ended. This ruling comes after our victory from the New York Federal court last year reinstating DACA in full. Here’s what this means:
  1. What does the ruling mean? It means that Hanen has sided with Republicans and has partially ended the DACA program. While new applications will no longer be approved, renewals will continue to move forward. The ruling goes into effect immediately.

  2. What happens to DACA recipients and DACA-eligible youth?

    • If you have DACA right now: you are still protected and will be able to continue renewing for now.

    • If you are eligible for DACA but have never applied: DHS can still accept your application but will NOT be able to process it. 

    • Unless your Advance Parole application was already approved as of today, Advance Parole is closed for DACA recipients.  

    • If your application for renewal is already being processed: your renewal should continue as normal. 

  3. What does the UFW Foundation recommend? Please call the UFW Foundation at 1- for guidance on your situation or if you have any questions. If people have been previously arrested or have previous crimes, it is imperative that they seek the opinion of an experienced immigration attorney.


Get Help with Family Petitions

One of the most common ways for people to attain permanent resident status or commonly known as a "green card" is through a family member petition. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can help certain family members immigrate to the United States. Our bilingual team of attorneys and Department of Justice accredited representatives are authorized to provide legal counsel on immigration matters. With the UFW Foundation, we explain the process and assist with completing the application. 


Help for Crime Survivors

Our staff supports non-citizen survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and other serious crimes. Our bilingual team of attorneys and DOJ accredited representatives are authorized to provide legal counsel on immigration matters. We explain and assist with the application process. 


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