Immigration Updates

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Latest Updates:

June 27, 2024

On June 18, 2024, President Biden announced two immigration actions that will create a clear pathway to permanent residency for qualifying spouses and children of U.S. citizens, and provide potential employment-based options for eligible DACA holders. As of now, there are very few details about the new changes, and applications cannot be submitted yet. Individuals are advised to consult with a licensed immigration attorney for personalized advice.

AVOID NOTARIO FRAUD. We strongly encourage you to speak with a licensed and experienced immigration attorney to receive an individualized consultation about your eligibility for immigration relief. SJSU students, staff, faculty, and their families have access to free immigration services through the CSU Legal Services program. Schedule an appointment online.

Additional Resources:

To learn more details about the latest immigration announcements and what they mean, check out the resources below. Please check back as we update this page with new information.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) FAQs

Check out the resources below to learn about what is happening with DACA, who it impacts, and where beneficiaries can go to get support. 

Temporary Protective Status (TPS) FAQ

Learn more about the latest updates with TPS, who it benefits, and what communities can do to get support.