Multimedia Center

Welcome to the ILRC Multimedia Center, where you will find podcasts and videos on various areas of immigration law, partner projects, and events.

This recording explains the DACA renewal process, including eligibility requirements, procedure for applying, required evidence, and other relevant details. The podcast is available in English and Spanish.

This recording features Lourdes Martinez and guest attorney, Niloufar Khonsari, discussing the various concerns advocates have regarding the new credible fear lesson plan for asylum officers.

In this podcast we discuss travel options, also known as Advance Parole, for DACA recipients.  We review how and when DACA recipients may apply for advance parole, and share some of the risks and important considerations they should be aware of before leaving the country.

Updated 04/25/2014! This video identifies the supporting documents an applicant has to produceto accompany their DACA request packet and explains how best to organize them.

This video offers an overview of the DACA request process, explains how to fill out all of the required DACA forms, and outlines best practices and tips for completing the forms, which can be more complicated than they look.  The presentation also alerts practitioners and volunteers about potential problem areas that may arise during the process, and when to seek expert advice.

A special thank you, gracias, salamat, grazie, merci, and xie xie from ILRC Staff to you. We greatly appreciate all the ways you contribute to our work and to the immigrant community.

On October 5, 2013, Governor Brown signed AB 4, the TRUST Act, which limits collaboration between Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and local law enforcement in California. In this podcast, you will hear Grisel Ruiz answer questions related to the TRUST Act, such as why it’s needed, when it will go into effect, and what people can do if they want to monitor the TRUST Act in their county.

During this interview with ILRC founder, Bill Hing, you will hear a series of questions regarding the significance of the passage of AB1024 by state legislature and Governor Brown's signing. We also address why the Obama Administration opposed the issuance of a license to Sergio Garcia, the undocumented law graduate who passed the California State Bar.

In this short video, you’ll hear ILRC Immigration Policy Attorney, Aidin Castillo, offer her personal account about coming to the U.S. as a child, and describe the work that she’s doing to influence immigration reform legislation in Washington D.C.

In just four minutes, this micro documentary about the New Americans Campaign will show you the needs that are being met and the difference that has already been made by this critical campaign.