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We are all Dreamers

“To all the other dreamers out there, don't ever stop or let the world's negativity disenchant you or your spirit. If you surround yourself with love and the right people, anything is possible.“ Adam Green

Free Immigration Legal Services

The California State University will be providing free immigration legal services for CSU students and employees. A traveling attorney and paralegal will regularly visit HSU and be available to assist students with general consultations, DACA renewals and general assistance in filling out forms such as family-based petitions.

To make an appointment with an attorney, please contact:
HSU Educational Opportunity Program
707-826-4781
House #56, Humboldt State University
Arcata, CA 95521

Please note, the frequency and duration of attorney visits to HSU will depend upon demand for services. If we are unable to schedule you with an appointment during their next visit, we can place you on a waitlist for the next available visit.

Funding for the services initially was provided by a one-time allocation of $7 million from the 2018 Budget Act to the California Department of Social Services to implement a direct immigration legal service programs on CSU campuses. For Northern California Campuses, legal services will be provided by the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA).

Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

Serving the following campuses: Chico, Sacramento, Sonoma, Humboldt
The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) was founded in 1986. CHIRLA is a California leader with national impact made of diverse immigrant families and individuals who act as agents of social change to achieve a world with freedom of mobility, full human rights, and true participatory democracy. CHIRLA’s mission is to achieve a just society fully inclusive of immigrants. CHIRLA organizes and serves individuals, institutions and coalitions to build power, transform public opinion, and change policies to achieve full human, civil and labor rights. Guided by the power, love, and vision of our community, CHIRLA embraces and drives progressive social change. CHIRLA was formed in response to the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986 which made hiring undocumented workers illegal, thus creating a situation ripe for worker exploitation and abuse which have increased since that time.