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Schools and educators advocating for our scholars and families.

At Alliance, we are dedicated to providing a world class education for every young person that walks through our doors, regardless of background, zip code or immigration status. Our goal is for Alliance scholars to not only get into college, but thrive there and graduate successfully as well.

Stay Informed! 

Update on DACA since Sept. 5th, 2017

  • If you currently have DACA protections, you remain covered by the program for 6 months
  • If your DACA permit expires between now and March 5th, you can still apply for a two year extension, but you must do so before October 5th, 2017
  • If you do not currently have DACA protections, you can no longer apply for a permit, although applications that have already been submitted may still be granted
  • Unless Congress passes legislation to make DACA protections permanent, the program and its protections will end on March 5th, 2018
Organizations that help with DACA Renewal
2845 W. 7th St., Los Angeles, CA 90005 
Monday and Wednesday, 8:30am – 4:30pm, walk-in
(213) 385-7800
2533 West 3rd Street, Suite 101, Los Angeles, CA 90057
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays starting at 8am
(213) 353-1333

Stay Active!  

Show your support of the Dream Act on behalf of DACA recipients and all Dreamers! The Dream Act of 2017 is proposed legislation to provide permanent protections for more than 750,000 law-abiding youth who currently have or qualify for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) yet have been living in constant fear of deportation. Call your Congressional Representative and sign the petition to pass the Dream Act of 2017.


Together We Dream

We know education doesn't start and stop at our school doors, and we want our scholars prepared with the knowledge, tools and smarts to succeed outside the walls of our safe learning communities.  During these challenging times, we are empowering our scholars, families and staff with resources like the Immigrant Rights Toolkit on this page and our recent 'Together We Dream' Immigrant Rights Fair.


Our shared mission to support our young scholars unites us so that we can face these challenges with optimism because we’re not alone. Together we will continue to dream of a brighter future.

Continue the movement and inspire others to advocate for immigrant rights!  You can easily share the 'Together We Dream' Immigrant Rights Toolkit resources downloadable here (see right side of this page) by directing others to this page at: / TogetherWeDream


KTLA News covers the Alliance Together We Dream Immigrant Rights Fair on March 25th, 2017 


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