President Trump has introduced a number of immigration policy changes that have triggered widespread anxiety and confusion for many members of the UCLA community. These changes include multiple Executive Orders on immigration that may expand immigration enforcement activities and may also affect international students, faculty, staff, and visitors.  EDI has created this centralized location with links to content that will hopefully answer many pressing questions.

We will update this page as new content becomes available. If you know of a valuable resource that we’ve overlooked, please let us know at WeListen@equity.ucla.edu (please include “Immigration Policy Resources” in the email’s subject line).

The University of California has also created a systemwide page with additional resources on immigration policy.  

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The content on this page is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.

International Travel

Campus Resources

Add’l Info & Guidance

From UC

From Around the Web

  • Family Preparedness Plans (California; Connecticut) [note: these materials are state-specific].
  • Fact Sheet prepared by Muslim Advocates and Penn State Law Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic
  • FAQ page of Wolfsdorf Rosenthal, LLP, referenced in Dashew Center Statement
  • Collection of civil rights challenges to Executive Orders, prepared by University of Michigan Law School Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
  • We Stand With Our Students website, providing resources for affected students and connecting students with faculty allies

UC Policies

Immigration Enforcement

Looking for Legal Advice?

Questions regarding the Executive Orders can be directed to the following UCLA entities:

UCLA Statements & General Principles

UCLA Responds to the Executive Orders

Past UCLA Statements & General Principles

Other Voices