Legal Resources

Stanford Resources

Stanford has not declared itself a sanctuary campus or met all of Sanctuary Now's demands, but has released a more detailed statement:

Campus Groups

Connecting to the Bechtel Center for International Students

Undocumented/DACA students should not make an appointment through the Bechtel Center's normal appointment structure or come to drop in hours. Instead, contact Assistant Vice Provost Shalini Dev Bhutani at sbhutani [at] (subject: One-on-One%20Appointment%20at%20Bechtel) (sbhutani[at]stanford[dot]edu) or 650-736-9511 to make an appointment.

Local Resources

University of San Francisco: Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic:

Immigrant Legal Rights Clinic: Community Resources for Immigrants:

Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto:

Bay Area Immigration Referral List:

State/National Resources

Central Valley Immigration Referral List:

SoCal Immigration Referral List:

National Immigration Law Help:

UCLA Dream Resource Center:

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 PDFs below or visit

Downloadable Guides