DACA Workshops

What is DACA?

DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is a program that protects about 800,000 young people identified as “DREAMers” who were brought to the US illegally as minors. While the program does not grant them official legal status or a path to citizenship, it does allow them to obtain a driver’s license, a social security number, and a work permit.

DREAMers are

the Future

If you are a DACA beneficiary and like to know more about DACA and work permits (Employment Authorization Documents), when the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is accepting applications or when the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is allowing travel; we invite you to attend one of our workshops. Immigration Attorney Victor Segura will be able to answer any legal questions.

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TPS Workshops

What is TPS?

The Department of Homeland Security grants a foreign country Temporary Protected Status (TPS) due to conditions in the country that prohibit its citizens from returning safely, or because the country is unable to accommodate the return of its citizens sufficiently in such situations.

Countries Eligible for TPS

Nationals from El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen may be eligible to apply for TPS status. Join us in one of our workshops to find out more.

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Deportation Defense Workshops

What we provide?

Our Workshops provide information to Antelope Valley residents who are facing deportation hearings or must file paperwork before the immigration court. We believe that every immigrant should be educated and aware of their rights when they face the immigration court.

Legal Help at Your Finger Tips.

SALVA Organization is the only organization in the Antelope Valley that provides legal assistance to newly-arrived immigrants and long-time residents who are facing removal proceedings or need to file paperwork before the immigration court. Our workshops provide information on the immigration process to Lancaster and Palmdale including all rural communities of the Antelope Valley.

Know Your Rights Workshops

What we provide?

Our Workshops help undocumented workers understand their rights in the workplace.

Legal Help at Your Finger Tips.

You have the right under the laws of the United States to:

  • A healthy and safe workplace.
  • Speak to a Supervisor about an unsafe or unsanitary work condition within your job.
  • File a complaint with OSHA about unsafe or unsanitary conditions within your job.
  • Refuse to do dangerous work.
  • Receive information about hazards at work.
  • To not be retaliated against, for your actions in protecting your health and safety at work.
  • Have access to medical and monitoring records at the workplace.
  • Have access to information about injuries and illnesses that occur in your workplace.
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March 25, 2021

First Annual RACE Celebration, Cultural Diversity Day

Community event with a resource fair. Migration Counseling. Health care and fun for all the family. Beneficiaries of the resources: Between 150-200 people. Location: 1140 Commerce Center Dr. Lancaster CA,…
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March 25, 2021

Food Banks Due to the COVID-19

Free drive-thru Food Distribution every Saturday from 10 am-12 pm at 1012 E Ave Q-5 Palmdale Ca 93550. Reach 600-700 individuals per Saturday.
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March 25, 2021

Third Celebration of the Breed and Month of Hispanity

Scope of the event between one thousand and one thousand five hundred people.