Biden’s immigration proposal, if passed by Congress, would provide citizenship to DACA recipients, including students at CSULB.
Students call on CSU to defund university police, urge institutions to invest in mental health counseling services
Students and faculty from across several CSU campuses called for the defunding of university police departments by the Board of Trustees and for more funds to be invested in beneficial services, including mental health counseling as speakers expressed their concerns with the decision-making of the committee throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
With complete disregard for the Supreme Court’s ruling last month to defend DACA, Immigration officials are continuing to reject incoming applications.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday to block President Trump’s attempt to end DACA in a major win for undocumented individuals across the country.
Assistant professor in the school of social work, Kristina Lovato, presents her “Enforced Separations: The Impact of Immigration Enforcement and Deportation on Latinx Families in Los Angeles” presentation at the Center for Latino Community Health’s Brown Bag Research Talk.
Nov. 14, members of the U.S. Supreme Court met to hear arguments about whether the President has the ability to end the DACA program.
Students gained legal advice about entrepreneurship while trying to obtain U.S. citizenship.
Professors from the political science department spoke about the topics that the Supreme Court will be covering this year and how they relate to Long Beach State.
Alumnus Brian M. Cuaron voices his opinions about a recent letter from the CSU system to the Supreme Court.
Immigration legal services will begin being offered to students, staff, and faculty at CSULB. CARECEN will be offering the services which include general legal advice, DACA renewals, and petitions to change immigration service. The services will be offered at the Dream Success Center.