DACA/DAPA Toolkit

It is estimated that 1 in 8 Asian American immigrants, or about 1.3 million persons, is undocumented  and many of these individuals reside in AAPCHO member health centers’ communities.

This toolkit helps to answer community questions and inform staff about the new Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) and expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programs. For more information or to submit feedback about this toolkit, please contact Heather Skrabak.

Last Updated: January 21, 2015

Introduction

An introduction memo about this toolkit developed by AAPCHO.


Introduction Memo
[PDF]

FAQs for Health Centers

A two-page FAQ developed by AAPCHO to answer community questions and inform staff about the new DAPA and expanded DACA programs.


Immigration Executive Action: FAQs for Health Centers
 [PDF]

Top 10 Ways You Can Prepare for Executive Action on Immigration

One-page handout developed by the National Immigration Law Center with tips for undocumented Americans to come forward and apply for work authorization and protection from deportation.

  • English [PDF]
  • Chinese (Simplified) [Word]
  • Chinese (Traditional) [Word]
  • Korean [Word]

FAQ (In-Depth)

An eight-page FAQ developed by the National Immigration Law Center to answer questions mainly about the DAPA and expanded DACA programs, both of which were announced on November 20, 2014, by President Obama.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: The Obama Administration’s Deferred Action for Parental Accountability & Expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Programs
 [PDF]

Infographic

Infographic developed by iAmerica.org outlining who qualifies for DAPA and DACA.


Are you or your parents eligible for Obama’s new immigration action?
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