Education Not Deportation: Stopping the Deportations of Dream Act Eligible Individuals

Being undocumented in this country presents itself with numerous and at times, inescapable situations. That is why Dream Team LA is committed to helping individuals who are in deportation proceedings. The informational video above, courtesy of dreamers adrift, helps break down what is involved in stopping someone’s deportation.

As such, Dream Team LA works with the national organization, United We Dream in helping those in need when they find themselves in need of legal council and/or stopping their deportation order. Along with United We Dream, Educators for Fair Consideration offer free legal services to dreamers who are in deportation proceedings, are adjusting their status and need help filling out applications and paper work. You can also check out their guide for undocumented students in removal proceedings.

All in One Guide to Defeating ICE Hold Requests

E4FC’s Case Analysis Service provides free analysis of possible immigration remedies and benefits to immigrant students nationwide. This confidential and anonymous service is intended for immigrant students who do not yet have legal residency or citizenship in the United States. Students should be under 35 years old and enrolled (or intending to enroll) in college.

*IF YOU YOURSELF OR ANYONE YOU KNOW, NEEDS HELP OR IS IN DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS, CONTACT DREAM TEAM LA AT DREAMTEAMLOSANGELES@GMAIL.COM AND WE WILL HELP YOU THE BEST WE CAN TO STOP YOUR DEPORTATION*