The Student Government Association of the University of Louisville stand with the “DACAmented” students at the University of Louisville and implore the federal government not to end DACA in support of the many immigrant youth who are invaluable members of our academic and campus communities. We not only appreciate their contributions to our campus, our society and our economy but also support them in their struggle to improve their lives – a reflection of their American values. Unfortunately, the termination of DACA isolates those who need our support.
Information and Resources
What do I need to know about the end of DACA?
National Education Association
Frequently Asked Questions: Rescission Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
The University of Louisville Counseling Center at Cardinal Station is ready to assist. Call (502)-852-6585, visit their website at http://louisville.edu/counseling/, or visit the center Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm.
If you are a current DACA recipient, your DACA and/or work permit will remain valid until its expiration date. If your permit is scheduled to expire between now and March 5, 2018, you will need to apply for a two-year renewal by October 5, 2017. Local resources include DACA and immigration attorneys at Vickerstaff Law Office at 502-442-2039 and legal clinics listed here
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Additional legal resource can be found here:
Contact Your Representative
Senator McConnell: (202) 224-2541 / (502) 582-6304
Senator Paul: (202) 224-4343 / (270)-782-8303
Congressman Comer (Western Kentucky/Paducah): (202) 225-3115 / (270)-408-1865
Congressman Barr (Central Kentucky/Lexington): (202)-225-4706 / (859)-219-1366
Congressman Guthrie (Central Kentucky/Bowling Green): (202) 225-3501 / (270) 842-9896
Congressman Massie (Northern Kentucky/Ashland): (202) 225-3465 / (859) 426-0080 / (606) 324-9898
Congressman Rogers (Eastern Kentucky/Somerset): (202)-225-4601 / (606)-679-8346
Congressman Yarmuth (Louisville): (202)-225-5401 / (502)-582-512