• Immigrant Resources

    The City of Fremont is a Sanctuary City, and Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) is a safe haven for all students. FUSD takes pride in our diverse community and is committed to the success of all students irrespective of their beliefs, ehtnicity, immigraition status, and religion. We regognize that may students and their families may be struggling with questions, concerns and fears of the current administration and created this page to provide resources and information for our families. 

    Update on Public Charge

    On September 22nd, 2018, the Trump administration released a proposed rule to dramatically expand how individuals’ use of critical health programs and services to meet basic living requirements like food and shelter may be evaluated to determine eligibility for green cards or admission to the United States.

     As stated in the proposed rule, a person may be denied admission to the US, lawful permanent resident (LPR) status or a visa extension on “public charge” grounds if they use certain health, nutrition, and housing programs.   

    These drastic proposed changes to how public charge is evaluated in the immigration system will have sweeping implications for how immigrant families access health care in the United States, potentially discouraging millions of eligible individuals from receiving medical attention, while exacerbating child poverty, hunger and homelessness. The publication of the proposed changes to public charge opens a 60-day comment period in which advocates and the public can respond.

    For more information on public charge, please visit: https://www.ilrc.org/public-charge.  

     

    DACA

     Dreamers Welcome

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an immigration option for undocumented immigrants who came to the United States before the age of 16. Although DACA does not provide a pathway to lawful permanent residence, it does provide temporary protection from deportation, work authorization, and the ability to apply for a social security number.

     

    For now, anyone who has or has had DACA can continue to renew their DACA. Those who have never had DACA are not eligible for DACA now. 

    More information can be found here.

     

Last Modified on November 8, 2018