D.A.C.A or the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program was announced by President Obama on June 16, 2012 which has allowed over 560,000 people who entered the United States as children to avoid deportation, obtain work authorization, get a Social Security number, receive a Texas Driver’s License, and gain the ability to travel outside and return to the United States among other benefits.
The Asian American Resource Center Non-Profit will be hosting a FREE Education Session on Wednesday March 25th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Asian American Resource Center located at 8401 Cameron Rd, Austin, TX 78754. Attending the Education Session is required to enroll in the FREE workshop/clinic on Saturday April 25th from8:00am to 4:00pm to receive assistance in filling out the applications. At the workshop/clinic we will have lawyers and attorneys to help all applicants.
The Asian American Resource Center Non-Profit is proud to partner with the Network of Asian American Organizations, Asian Law Students Association at the University of Texas at Austin, South Asian Bar Association of Austin, Austin Asian American Bar Association, Jung Ko LLC, University Leadership Initiative, Equal Justice Center, Education Austin, and the City of Austin Asian American Quality of Life Commission to launch a free educational workshop and free legal clinic for potential applicants of DACA with an emphasis of reaching out to the Asian American community and especially for the Hindi, Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese language groups. Texas is the 4thhighest state for the number of potential beneficiaries of DACA from Asia.