Articles & Resources

Non-Profit Resources

Washington Application for State Financial Aid The state of Washington's financial aid program expanded to those who are ineligible to Federal Financial Aid due to immigration status.

Dream Resource Center Believes that young people deserve the right to learn, be health, and pursue their dreams - regardless of immigration status.

Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC) To empower undocumented young people to achieve their academic and career goals.

21 PROGRESS Provides programs that enhance leadership development among the hard working people of Washington, their families, and communities. Through popular education, civic engagement and arts & culture.

Immigration Direct A more in-depth reading into future possibilities of the status of the Dream Act as it is processed in legislation.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice Organization founded in 1991 dedicated to civil rights based in Washington D.C. providing assistance to all Americans based on the promise of opportunity.

Articles & Downloads

AJCU's Presidential Statement (PDF)

Jesuit Study on Undocumented Students by HuffPost

City of Seattle Helps Undocumented Immigrants Prove Residency, MyNorthwest.com