- American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): What to Do If You're Stopped By Police, Immigration or the FBI
- American Immigration Lawyers Association: What to Do If Clients are Asked to Relinquish Their Green Cards and Sign Form I-407, Abandonment of LPR Status
- Immigrant Legal Resource Center
- National Immmigration Law Center: Everyone has certain basic rights, no matter who is president
- United We Dream: Know Your Rights! Protect Yourself Against Immigration Raids
- American Bar Association: Legal Services
- American Immigration Lawyers Association: Online Lawyer Search
- U.S. Dept. of Justice, Board of Immigration Appeals: List of attorneys providing pro bono (free) or reduced cost immigration services:
- Immigration Law Help.org: Online directory of nearly 1,000 free or low-cost nonprofit immigration legal service providers
- NAFSA - Association of International Educators: Travel Advisory for Nationals of Certain Countries Pursuant to Executive Order
- U.S. Citizens and Immigration Services: Find Legal Services
- U.S. Customs & Border Protection: Questions and Answers about the Executive Order
Federal travel ban: Important info & links
This is UUP's reference page with links and information about Donald Trump's Jan. 27 executive order, which bans immigrants and nonimmigrants from seven mostly Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Sudan, and Yemen - from entering the U.S.
UUP is outraged by this order and opposes it in the strongest possible way.
The ban presents a clear and immediate danger to SUNY students, faculty, staff and visiting scholars. According to the State University of New York, the university has 320 enrolled students from the seven countries under the travel ban. SUNY enrolls about 22,140 international students from 180 countries.
In response, UUP has set up a hotline phone number and email address for any SUNY student, faculty, staff, or visiting scholar who is detained or otherwise impacted by the travel ban.
The hotline number is 518-640-6633. The email address is email@example.com.
New York state has also set up a hotline to protect refugees and report individuals who may be missing or detained. The number is 1-888-769-7243.
UUP has stood for diversity, inclusion, and acceptance of everyone, no matter their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin since its formation. On Jan. 30, the union's delegates unanimously approved a resolution, In Regard to President Trump's Recent Executive Order on Travel to the U.S. from Muslim Countries, condemning Trump's travel ban.
We strongly support the SUNY Board of Trustees' "Affirmation of Support for Undocumented Students", approved Jan. 24.
UUP will work with SUNY to provide aid to anyone affected by this ban. As of Jan. 27, SUNY is recommending that travel to any of the seven countries be suspended. Affected individuals should contact their campus Office of International Student and Scholar Services.
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