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Resources and research on immigration issues


This Research Guide is intended for students researching immigration and the experiences of both documented and undocumented immigrants in the US. It is also for CCSF students looking for information or support for the rights of immigrants regardless of status.

This guide is being built by the CCSF Library with the help of the CCSF community and the CCSF Student Equity Office.

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Welcome to the research guide for Immigration. Use the tabs above to browse through websites and organizations that provide support and sources for information 


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Recent Items of Interest

¡Conozca Sus Derechos!/Know Your Rights!
Saturday, May 13, 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Latino Hispanic Room, Lower Level

San Francisco Public Library, Main Library

100 Larkin Street, San Francisco

Topics will include clarification on the new federal government executive orders, U.S. residency and citizenship, the status of the Dream Act, the rights of undocumented people when facing arrest and deportation, Bay Area community resources for immigrants, citizenship assistance resources, and what it means for San Francisco to be a sanctuary city.

Panelists include Carolyn Linares Spears, an immigration attorney in San Francisco; Marina Pineda-Kamariotis, an immigration attorney in private practice; and Nelly Reyes, a Bay Area immigration consultant and advocate since 1991. The program will be conducted in Spanish, but everyone is welcome.


This guide is being built by the Library with the help of the CCSF community.  Please send comments and suggestions about things that you would like to see included.  

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