For more information, read this advisory from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC), which breaks down details of the Trump decision and what it means for DACA recipients, those with pending applications and others.
Another good resource is this updated FAQ from the University of California, Berkeley's Undocumented Students Program.
Several groups are mobilizing to provide support and advocate for better national policy on immigration. These include United We Dream, FWD.us and SIREN, the Services, Immigrant Rights & Education Network.
The ILRC has more information about your legal rights if you're stopped or questioned and special information for LGBTQ immigrants. The center also has a general resources page and a handbook for immigrant youth
DACA Renewal Clinic is on Saturday, 9/16, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, Located at the Latino Health Access on 450 W 4th St Santa Ana, CA 92701.
Free Legal Consultation Clinic is every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. by Serve the People. Located on 1206 East 17th Street, Suite 101 Santa Ana, CA 92701
For information and resources, please visit the California Community College Chancellor's Office for undocumented students.
Admissions and Records offers information for undocumented students seeking to qualify for in-state tuition under AB540, rather than pay the higher rate for out-of-state residents.
Financial Aid has information on the California Dream Act, which lets AB540 students qualify for state and non-state funded financial help at public colleges.
EOPS or Extended Opportunities Programs and Services, provides additional assistance for low-income and disadvantaged students.
Undocumented students are entitled to the same protection from sexual harassment and sexual discrimination that Title IX, a federal law, guarantees to everyone at Orange Coast College.
And if you're feeling stressed and want to talk with someone, please see our Mental Health Care services.