As of January 13, 2018, USCIS has resumed accepting DACA renewal requests in accordance with a federal court order.
If you or a family member are worried about your immigration status or your ability to stay in school, we urge you to check out these resources and services. CUNY Citizenship Now! provides free, confidential immigration law services. Call 1-212-652-2055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Single Stop – Room C-107, 718-482-5135 – connects you with federal and state financial resources, legal counseling on campus and local community services. The LaGuardia Community College Foundation – Room E-508, 718-482-5010 – offers you financial support in the form of scholarships, MetroCards, textbooks, and other emergency needs. NY 311 – call 311 and say “Action NYC” for legal help from the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs NY State Office for New Americans Hotline – 800-566-7636 toll-free, multi-lingual services for information and referrals. Immigration: Know Your Rights! information from Legal Services NYC Immigration Assistance at Queens Library LaGuardia’s Wellness Center – Room C-249, 718-482-5471 – offers free confidential counseling on campus. NYC Well is also available for support from trained counselors, call 24/7 at 888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355) LaGuardia’s Student Information Center can help guide you to the right resource – Call 718-482-5935, email email@example.com, or visit the Welcome Center in the M-Building Lobby.
The City University of New York was founded on the principle of equal access and opportunity. LaGuardia’s longstanding commitment to welcoming, protecting and supporting our students, regardless of immigration status, has not wavered since our founding. We remain committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and will steadfastly continue to offer a welcoming environment for students of all backgrounds. LaGuardia Community College will take any steps available under the law to protect and support our undocumented students. Should you or a family member have concerns about your immigration status or safety, we urge you to avail yourselves of the resources and services listed below.
You can reach out to Karen Williams, regardless of immigration status, to help direct you to appropriate resources both on campus and in the community.
Karen A. Williams, Ed.D. Deputy to the Vice President, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs 31-10 Thomson Avenue, Room C-317 Long Island City, NY 11101 Phone: 718-349-4018 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org