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Dreamers Resources

Immigration/Legal Resources

On 6/18/20, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to allow the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to continue. Click here for more details on the decision. 

Questions about your Immigration Options?  Need help renewing your DACA?
In partnership with Chabot College, East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) is offering FREE immigration legal services to Chabot students. While campus is closed, EBCLC will be conducting phone/virtual appointments. 

Schedule an appointment today!

EBCLC Legal Service Appointments

Schedule an appointment with an immigration attorney or legal advocate to discuss your immigration status and options.  In partnership with Chabot College, East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) is offering FREE immigration services to Chabot College students.  

Appointments are available:

  • 1st Tuesday of every month, 9am - 1pm
  • 3rd Wednesday of every month, 2pm - 6pm

Appointments will be held in the El Centro Faculty Office, 727E, inside El Centro, Bldg 700 South

Schedule your appointment online today! 

For questions, email ChabotLegal@EBCLC.org. To learn more about EBCLC, visit the EBCLC website. 


Additional Immigration Resources

Due to recent threats of large scale immigration raids and deportations, it is important to stay informed and know your rights. Everyone in the U.S. has certain rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution, regardless of their immigration status. If you and your loved ones find yourselves affected by a raid, or are approached by Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, can protect yourselves. Click the following links for more information:   English  Spanish  Tagalog Vietnamese Chinese Arabic

Immigration laws are complex and subject to change. Please refer to the following agencies for specific questions and support regarding immigration and legal status:


Transfer Resources


Life After College & Entrepreneurship

If you have questions about how your status may affect your career path or what options are open to you, we encourage you to talk to a Dream Center counselor and check out the resources below. 

Graduate/Professional School Options

  • The Immigrants Rising "Life After College" Guide explores graduate school, professional schools, and work options for undocumented students
  • Pre-Health Dreamers has a number of resources and guides for students interested in pursuing the medical and allied health fields, such as Medical school, Dental school, and Nursing.

Entrepreneurship Options

Students with DACA are granted 2-year work authorization, which opens up a wide variety of internship and career opportunities. However, there are also many other options for income generation, regardless of your current immigration status, including independent contracting, freelance work, and entrepreneurship.   


Mental Health & Wellness Resources

The Immigrants Rising Mental Health Connector provides undocumented young people with psychological support, allowing you to access your strengths and resiliency in order to achieve your personal goals and healing.

Our experienced and culturally responsive mental health therapists volunteer to provide free and completely confidential services, tailored to meet the needs of each individual. Therapists receive ongoing peer consultation and training to better understand the unique experiences of undocumented young people.

All undocumented young people who reside in California and are comfortable conversing in English are eligible for our service.

Chabot CARES Mental Health Services

Chabot College offers FREE and CONFIDENTIAL mental health services for all registered Chabot College students.

We offer:  

  • Crisis counseling
  • Short term individual counseling- typically 6 sessions per semester
  • Referrals for mental health services in the community
  • Support Groups

Our mental health practitioners and interns provide confidential assistance for:

  • Depression
  • Relationship issues
  • Family changes & challenges
  • Anxiety (including test anxiety)
  • Financial stress
  • Health crisis
  • Traumatic events
  • Grief and loss
  • Overwhelming feelings
  • Talking to someone in a safe and trusting environment