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Freedom University in Georgia is starting its fifth year this Sunday August 30th!

Freedom University provides rigorous college-level courses, leadership development, and scholarship assistance for undocumented youth in the state of Georgia. 139 more words


Goodbye France! Hello home...

All fairytales end, and we have to go back to reality.  This is it, my short adventure is over.

Today was also a very cold day and I got a bit sick, so we walked around Paris and admired the sights one last time, close to Notre Dame there is a “Love Lock bridge”, my friend Erick got us one with our initials on one side and “SOT (Spirit Of the Traveler)” on the other side.   532 more words

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UndocuVisiting Notre Dame, Pere Lachaise Cemetery, and Harry Potter!

Finally some sun on the beautilful and chic but gloomy city of Paris! So we decided to go to the cemetery :D according to the Internet, cemeteries are a popular hang out place for the Parisians. 522 more words

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Scholarships for undocumented students at University of California, Riverside

UC President Janet Napolitano allocated $5 Million for services to undocumented students across the University of California system.  The University of California, Riverside (UCR) has set a portion of these funds to create the R’DREAM Scholarship and Book Grant.  255 more words


UndocuExploring the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and the Louvre

Hello there UndocuTravelers! I hope this post finds you well!

It was still cloudy and cold the next day, but we went to the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel tower.   732 more words

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Legacy Scholarship Award at UC Berkeley

The UC Berkeley Chican@/Latin@ Alumni Celebration will award $35,000 in scholarship funds ranging from $500 to $1,000 to selected recipients.

Description: “The Legacy Awards Scholarship was created to honor and remember the legacy of Chican@ Latin@ Alumni trailblazers who paved the path for current and future generations of Chican@s and Latin@s to attend and thrive at Cal. 238 more words


Traveling abroad with DACA: Iliana's experience, advice, and timeline!

Iliana G. Perez was born in Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico and immigrated to the U.S. in 1995 with her parents and brother on Tourist Visas (which expired a few years after). 1,295 more words