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Resources for Immigrant Students (documented, undocumented, Dreamers): Home

Acknowledgments

This resource guide includes some resources from a Bronx Community College library guide and a City Tech College library guide. Some additional resources come from a printed pamphlet created by the Hostos Dream Team and from advisor Shadia Marji of Hostos' CUNY Start.

 

 

 

Guide author

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Haruko Yamauchi

Know your rights : videos

NYC government resources

NYC government site on DACA en español and in English (other languages also available on the site).

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From the NYC Comptroller's Office:

Immigrant Rights and Services Manual

Manual De Derechos Y Servicios Para El Inmigrante

Manuel sur les droits des immigrés et les services qui leur sont offerts

移民权利和服务手册


IDNYC - NYC.gov

All New York City residents age 14+ can receive this government-issued identification card. The Bronx Library Center has an enrollment center open seven days/week (click on the link for hours). You can make an appointment at any enrollment center by calling 311 or clicking here for more information in English , Español , 中文 , kreyòl ayisyen , or  العربية

Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, Action NYC "provides free, safe immigration legal help in your community and in your language ... The ActionNYC network is made up of trusted community organizations and attorneys who will provide the services that immigrants need in the communities that they call home and in the languages that they speak."

Commission on Human Rights - NYC.gov

“The New York City Human Rights Law is one of the most comprehensive civil rights laws in the nation. The Law prohibits discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations based on race, color, religion/creed, age, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, gender (including sexual harassment), gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, marital status, and partnership status. Interns, whether paid or not, are considered employees under the Law.”