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DACA supporters outside of Tivoli Student Union

DACA Resources

As conveyed by our university President, Dr. Davidson, MSU Denver is committed to supporting our DACA students. As a part of this commitment, the MSU Denver Foundation is actively raising money to help cover the costs of the DACA renewal fees for eligible students. If you are interested in such financial assistance, and meet the eligibility criteria (see below) please contact:

 

Gregor Mieder

Immigrant Services program

gmieder@msudenver.edu

303-352-7117

 

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Enrolled in classes at MSU Denver for Fall 2017 semester
  • Current DACA status with expiration between September 5, 2017 and March 5, 2018
  • Completed DACA renewal application, including relevant documentation (note: see information  below and attached for free legal resources to assist you in preparing and compiling the required paperwork)
  • Attest to your financial need and that you will use allocated funds towards your DACA renewal (signature of affirmation statement)

 

In addition to the resources available at MSU Denver, there are also a myriad of resources available in the Denver community:

 

Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic: DACA and legal support

913 North Wyandot St., Denver, CO 80204

Phone 303-839-1008

 

Emily Griffith Technical College: DACA and legal support

1860 Lincoln Street, Room 424

Friday, Sept. 15th, 11:45am-12:45pm, and every other Friday at the same time

http://emilygriffith.edu/event/free-legal-advice-immigration

 

Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network: DACA preparation clinics

3489 W. 72nd Ave., suite 211, Westminster, CO 80020

Phone 303 433-2812

http://www.rmian.org/daca-project

 


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