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“About DACA and Employment” (NILC): English | Spanish | Português | Korean

“Family Preparedness Plan” (ILRC): English | Spanish

“Help for Immigrant Families: Guidance for Schools” (ILRC): English

“Everyone Has Certain Basic Rights, No Matter Who is President” (NILC): English | Spanish | Chinese | Korean

“Your Rights as an Immigrant Worker” (NILC): English | Spanish

“Recover Your Unpaid Wages” (DLSE Brochure): English | Spanish

“Report a Labor Violation” (DLSE Brochure): English | Spanish

“Report Retaliation” (DLSE Brochure): English | Spanish

“Know Your Rights Cards” (United We Dream): English | Spanish | Chinese | Korean | Arabic


“5 Things You Need to Know About Medi-Cal Expansion for Undocumented Youth” (#Health4All): English | Spanish

“The Effect of Hostile Immigration Policies on Children’s Mental Health” (The Children’s Partnership): English

“Community Flyer: Marijuana and Immigrants” (ILRC): English

“Health Care Providers and Immigration Enforcement: Know Your Rights, Know Your Patient’ Rights” (NILC): English

Driver’s Licenses

“AB 60: Frequently Asked Questions” (Drive CA): English | Spanish

Utility and Food Assistance 

Labor Community Services, AFL-CIO works with families and individuals gain access to community and government programs to address their human needs. Through information, referral, case management, 211, food pantry and advocacy provided by fellow members and community groups in a union program.

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“I now have important information on DACA or college and I have passed it on to my family and friends. I feel like I can be a resource to other parents and children.” — Patricia