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Our staff has a number of UndocuAllies familiar with the unique challenges that you may be facing as you begin to consider career options. We continually monitor the impact of governmental changes and are frequently in contact with the International Services Office (ISO) and other campus UndocuAlly partners to ensure that you are always supported. Our office can assist you in a number of areas, including:
You can choose to disclose your documentation status with your adviser directly, and we respect those students that choose not to do so.
Here you will find resources and information for both students and staff who may have questions or concerns about being an undocumented or DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) student at the University.
Undocumented students are welcome to visit our office and meet with an advisor. We invite you to discuss your situation and how best to achieve your academic goals, as well as how to take advantage of the University and community resources available to you.
UR DREAMers has been created in order to provide a support group for students that are either undocumented or have DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) status. This group aims to defuse the misconceptions surrounding the undocumented community and bring awareness for immigration reform at the University of Rochester campus and in the City of Rochester.
Questions about applying for jobs and internships, ability to work for pay, university support and options to gain experience.
Recently, ISO and UR’s Department of Public Safety have received multiple reports of students targeted by scammers seeking fraudulent payments and personal information. Please review DPS Guidance on Scams & Fraud for context on common scam strategies and way to …
On President Biden’s first day in office he proposed an immigration bill that features a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants and makes Dreamers — young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children — immediately eligible for green …