Off Campus Resources
Bay Area Resources
Immigrants Rising, previously known as Educators for Fair Consideration (EF4C), is a bay area non-profit organization that provides resources and support for undocumented students pursing education. They provide free immigration legal intake, a California in-state tuition tool, and several updates, guides, and additional resources for educators.
The San Francisco Immigrant Legal & Education Network (SFILEN) is made up of the following 13 organizations:
- African Advocacy Network
- Arab Resource & Organizing Center
- Asian Law Caucus
- Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach
- Central American Resource Center
- Chinese for Affirmative Action
- Filipino Community Center
- La Raza Centro Legal
- La Raza Community Resource Center
- Mujeres Unidas y Activas
- People Organizing to Demand Environmental & Economic Rights
- Causa Justa:: Just Cause
- Dolores Street Community Services (lead agency)
SFILEN represent immigrants from African and Afro-Caribbean, Arab, Asian, and Latino communities, providing free immigrant legal assistance and community education to low-income immigrants in San Francisco. Collectively the Network provides services in over 20 languages and dialects. The San Francisco Immigrant Legal & Education Network is funded by the Mayor’s Office of Housing, Community Development Division (MOH-MOCD).
The San Francisco Rapid Response Network is a collaboration between SFILEN and SFILDC. They have organized and implemented this system to respond to the heightened enforcement actions by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Fiscal Tiger is a collection of writers and designers who are aware of the precious nature of financial resources. Fiscal Tiger has a webpage with financial resources for undocumented students across the nation.
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