Skip to content Skip to navigation

Legal Resources

Stanford Resources

SAIR (Stanford Association for Immigrants' Rights) Group/mailing list: sairstudents@lists.stanford.edu

Stanford Activists mailing list: activists@lists.stanford.edu

Stanford has not declared itself a sanctuary campus or met all of Sanctuary Now's demands, but has released a more detailed statement: http://news.stanford.edu/2017/01/29/stanfords-support-international-undocumented-community/

Stanford Sanctuary Now: https://www.stanfordsanctuarynow.org/

Assistant Vice Provost Shalini Dev Bhutani at the Bechtel Center for International Students offered that she would be very happy to meet individually with any undocumented student to share information and resources. Undocumented/DACA students should not make an appointment through the Bechtel Center's normal appointment structure or come to drop in hours. Instead, students can reach out to her directly. Email Shalini Dev Bhutani at (sbhutani@stanford.edu) or call her at 650-736-9511 to make an appointment.

Mills Legal Clinic

https://law.stanford.edu/mills-legal-clinic/

The Mills Legal clinic at the Law School will ramp up its efforts in strategic litigation, and defending cases, and my understanding is that the one resource they need is bilingual volunteers.

 

Local Resources

University of San Francisco: Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic: https://www.usfca.edu/law/professional-skills/law-clinics/immigration-deportation

Immigrant Legal Rights Clinic: Community Resources for Immigrants: https://www.ilrc.org/community-resources

Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto: http://www.clsepa.org/immigration/

Bay Area Immigration Referral List: http://undocu.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Bay-Area-Immigration-Referral-List-FINAL-Spring-2015.pdf

 

State/National Resources

Central Valley Immigration Referral List: http://undocu.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Central-Valley-Immigration-Referral-List-FINAL-Spring-2015.pdf

SoCal Immigration Referral List: http://undocu.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/SoCal-Immigration-Referral-List_FINAL.pdf

National Immigration Law Help: https://www.immigrationlawhelp.org

 

Local Workshops

SJSU's Department of Justice Studies is offering "Speed Screening Interviews" as part of their Record Clearance Project. Speed Screenings are one-on-one interviews to determine the next steps towards expungement. For more information, review the .pdf below or visit www.sjsu.edu/expunge.

 

Downloadable Guides