Immigration Resources

The UFCW fought hard to make immigration reform a reality. Now locals are making sure members are at the front of the line for applications by hosting workshops and providing information to help you prepare to apply. The UFCW will help provide these services; you should not go to your employer or to those offering fee-based services.










On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced his administration’s plan to allow certain undocumented Americans to come forward and apply for work authorization and protection from deportation. Although the program hasn’t officially started, and there isn’t an application form yet, you should begin preparing now – click here to learn how to apply

The Deferred Action Program gives the parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents the opportunity to apply for work authorization. To meet the eligibility requirements, applicants need to have lived in the U.S. since January 1, 2010, pass a background check, and pay an application fee. This chart shows who is eligible for DAP.


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