The CAC DREAMers Club will provide academic and social support and scholarship information to CAC students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) work permits and undocumented students.
Our Mission is to create an inclusive and supportive community for DREAMers and Allies and to provide education to college faculty, staff, administrators and students about effectively working with DREAMers.
The DREAM ACT (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act) has never been enacted. Immigrant youth brought to the US as children currently have no pathway to citizenship. Approximately 65,000 undocumented students graduate from US high schools annually.
Did you know?
- The DREAM Act has never been enacted. Immigrant youth brought to the United States as children currently have no pathway to citizenship.
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) provides undocumented youth temporary reprieve from deportation. granting DACA can be revoked at any time.
- DREAMers and DACAmented students do NOT have access to comprehensive or Federal financial aid.
- Approximately 65,000 undocumented students graduate from United States high schools annually.
DREAMers Club Meeting Times
Join us for meetings on Thursdays at 1:30 pm in ITV.
March 2, March 23, April 6, April 20, and May 4
AVC- E108, MAR-B112, STC-C127, SPC-T214, SMC-C104
Dr. Carol Johnson- email@example.com
Club President: Luisandra Sainz-Lopez
The Honors and CAC DREAMers Club Present:
Maurice Goldman, J.D., M.BA. of Goldman and Goldman Law in Tucson, AZ
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
5 pm - 7 pm
Rm M101, Signal Peak Campus
Join the CAC DREAMers Club for an informative session regarding deportation preparedness. Maurice Goldman, J.D., M.B.A, of Goldman and Goldman Law, will be on hand to answer questions on immigration and naturalization. Mr. Goldman has practiced immigration and nationality law since 2000. He has served on multiple national American Immigration Lawyers Association's (AILA) committees and is currently the chair of the AILA national media advocacy committee. He previously served as the AILA Arizona chapter chair (2007-2009). He enjoys writing and lecturing on a variety of immigration-related topics. He is currently a trustee to the American Immigration Council (AIC) and previously sat on the boards of the ASISTA and Immigrants List. Mo has also received awards for his legal service including the 2010 AILA Joseph Minsky Young Lawyer Award, 2011 AILA President's Commendation for Outstanding Volunteer Service to AILA and the April 2008 Outstanding Pro Bono Attorney of the Month award from the Volunteer Lawyers Program in Tucson.www.immigrantvisalawyers.com
Lucy Sainz Lopez-DREAMers Club President, Ms. Judith Perera, Dr. Carol Johnson-Club Advisor
Judith Perera, J.D.
For All to Know: Uncovering Hidden Stories of Immigrant Detention.
April 4th, 6 pm
Rm F115, Superstition Mountain Campus
Ms. Judith Perera is a Ph.D. candidate in the School of the Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies at Arizona State University. She earned her J.D. at Pepperdine Law School and is licensed to practice law in the State of California and through the Executive Office of Immigration Review. Her research focuses on the historical evolution of the modern immigrant detention regime in the US with an emphasis on its development in Arizona over the latter half of the twentieth century. Ms. Perera's perspective is informed by her pro bono work as an attorney where she has seen the inner workings of immigrant detention centers and the immigration courts located within them.
Ms. Perera's website: www.judithperera.com
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