Immigration Assistance

Immigration Assistance

Sonoma State's DREAM Center, located in Schulz 1119, provides a safe space for undocumented students where they receive academic, personal, and professional guidance in order to matriculate and graduate.

Beginning September 19, 2019, free legal services will be available on our campus for undocumented students, as well as students and staff with legal immigration questions. The primary types of legal services to be offered are general consultations, DACA renewals, and general assistance in filling out forms such as family-based petitions. 

These services are made possible due to the support of the State of California in collaboration with the Department of Social Services and the CSU Chancellor's Office. Sonoma State has been chosen to be the hub for the Northern California Region (CSU Chico, Humboldt State, and Sacramento State Universities) and will have a full-time immigration attorney and paralegal on-site. Both are employed by the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA). While the campus is in remote operations, you can still receive legal assistance. Click here to schedule a legal services appointment

During the COVID-19 prevention period, DREAM Center staff will be working remotely. However, you can connect with the DREAM Center by emailing, calling (707) 879-8185 or via Zoom. The DREAM Center is open Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, and Friday, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm.  To schedule an appointment via Zoom or phone, visit

For a drop-in, join us via Zoom (Meeting ID: 345-670-6974).

Undocu-Community Resource Guide: A comprehensive reference guide of programs, services and resources available to undocumented immigrants and members of mixed-status families during COVID-19.

Relief Funds for Undocumented Workers in California. If you or someone you know has been laid off of work or is struggling to get by due to the current pandemic, these resources are for you and your family! These, and more resources are available to you through the SSU DREAM Center.

CSU Resources for Undocumented Students

Undocumented Student FAQs

SSU Immigration Assistance Resources


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