We support undocumented high school students, recent high school graduates, current college students, parents, educators and school leaders. By and for the undocumented community, our team is dedicated to help families build generational wealth
Every DACA-recipient knows that without a work permit there is no work.
Keeping on top of permit renewals is a requirement to prevent employers from being forced to fire them.
Preparing and submitting the application is difficult and scary, due to the number of forms and their complicated legal language.
An even bigger challenge is finding the money to pay for both the renewal fee and a lawyer to help prepare it.
We envision a society where every person has access to upward economic mobility, meaning every high school graduate has access to high quality jobs and careers that provide a living wage and build generational wealth.
Juntos 2 College is building the biggest pipeline for DACA recipients to access upward mobility by preparing undocumented families for career success. We support them through the DACA application process and the entrepreneurial process in order to thrive financially.
Our service, DACAWorks, helps DACA-recipients learn how to accurately renew and submit their work permit. Our legal team specializes in DACA application support, providing live or virtual hands-on assistance to ensure error-free and successful renewals. We remove the fear and uncertainty many people feel in the renewal process, and offer flexible schedules and fees to make it easier to avoid job loss.
Our upward mobility team trains counselors, educators, and parents on how to support undocumented students through post-secondary pathways. Training includes understanding DACA, ITIN and Taxes, Entrepreneurship, work-force entry, and college/financial aid.
HOW IT WORKS
Fill out our DACA Renewal Questionnaire
Meet and Greet our legal team virtually to build trust
Meet Virtually or in person to fill out your DACA renewal Application
Receive Juntos grant ($495) to cover USCIS fees (if eligible)
Submit DACA Renewal Application
Receive DACA work authorization card