Undocumented Students' Resources

The following are resources compiled by members of the LALCC advisory board for immigrants and undocumented individuals who are uncertain of how to proceed in the face of changes to immigration enforcement.

CT Students for a Dream

Sample Administrative Warrant

Immigration Order Memo, Governor Malloy

CCSU ICE Protocol

Sample Warrant #2

USCIS webpage: The United States Consular and Immigration Service

If you have a friend or family member currently being detained and do not know where they are being held, use this locator:


Other helpful links:

Library’s research guide on immigration: https://libguides.ccsu.edu/immigration

What to do if ICE is at your door – ACLU

National Day Laborers Organizing Network : https://ndlon.org/about-us/

Know Your Rights

CT Workers Center, Bridgeport Office: https://braziliancenter.org/about/ctoffice/359

Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants (CIRI): https://cirict.org

The Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants (CIRI), formerly the International Institute of Connecticut (IICONN), was founded in 1918 and is a statewide nonprofit agency that provides legal and social services to immigrants, refugees, and survivors of human trafficking and torture in Connecticut to help them become self-sufficient, integrated and contributing members of the community. Each year, CIRI provides life changing services to roughly 3,000 children and families.

This page will be updated as additional resources come up. If you have any additional information that you’d like to see included here for the benefit of the community, please email them to

Dr. Mary Ann Mahony – mahonym@ccsu.edu

Contact Information

Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Center
Mary Ann Mahony
Latin American, Latino, & Caribbean Center
Member, Latin American Studies Committee
International Studies
Ebenezer D. Bassett Hall
Melody Lozano
Latin American, Latino, & Caribbean Center