DACA Renewals & TPS Re-registration

Critical DACA Renewals & TPS Re-registrations Efforts

The cruel terminations of DACA and TPS in the last six months are impacting the lives of millions. While the push for permanent legislative solutions for both DACA and TPS continues, organizations, public institutions, and private actors must support as many community members as possible to process DACA Renewal and TPS Re-registration applications via community-based immigration legal workshops as the deadlines fast approach  — March 19th for TPS recipients from Haiti and El Salvador and an uncertain deadline for DACA Renewals, following the Supreme Court’s decision on February 26th not to bypass the appeals court process.

NPNA & Member Efforts to Support DACA & TPS Recipients and Their Families NOW

NPNA member organizations and our partners are supporting communities to process
DACA Renewal and TPS Re-registration applications through:

Resources to Support DACA Renewal & TPS Re-registration Workshops & Public Education

On Tuesday, February 27th, 220 people tuned into the Urgent National Field Webinar hosted by NPNA along with partners United We Dream, NPNA members the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights and the Florida Immigrant Coalition, the Fair Immigration Reform Movement, Alianza Americas, United Farm Workers Foundation, and the City of San Francisco urging organizations and institutions to support DACA and TPS recipients now.

Click Here to listen to this critical webinar and learn about the current policy and organizing updates for DACA and TPS, how institutions across sectors are providing community-based legal services for DACA and TPS recipients, tools and resources available, and ways to get involved in the fight and efforts to support our neighbors.

Click Here for our DACA Renewals & TPS Reregistration Toolkit, including:


In the News:

Washington Post story covering the DACA ‘race against time’ by NPNA and our colleagues during the September DACA renewals efforts before the previous October 5th deadline.

Los Angeles Times story featuring NPNA member organization, the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)


NPNA is harnessing the collective power and resources of the country’s 37 largest regional immigrant rights organizations in 30 states.

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