Programs & Services

Resources for Immigrants

Important Changes to DACA

Due to a court order, the federal government is once again accepting renewal applications for (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). The Door has created a fact sheet on DACA that you can check out for more information.

For additional information and resources, go to:

NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs DACA Resources 
Here to Stay

National Immigration Law Center
Immigrant Legal Resource Center

To get free advice about your DACA status, contact ActionNYC. If you are in NYC and between the ages of 12 and 24, you may also contact The Door's Legal and Immigration Services department.

NYC WELL offers free and confidential mental health resources to every New Yorker regardless of your immigration status, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and in 200 languages. Call (888) NYC-WELL, text WELL to 65173, or chat with a counselor online.

Additional Resources:

ActionNYC
Free, safe immigration legal help, including resources and information on DACA 
To make an appointment: (800) 354-0365 or call 311 and say ActionNYC

Black Immigration Network
A Guide for Visiting Immigrant Detainees

City of New York Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs
City Resources for New York City Immigrants 

Immigrant Defense Project
Know Your Rights Flyer when faced with immigration agents in EnglishEspañolFrançais中文, and العربية

Legal Aid Society
Emergency Plan in Case of the Detention or Deportation of Family Members in EnglishEspañol, and 中文
Immigration Hotline: (844) 955-3425 – Fridays from 9:30am to 12:30pm EST

New York Immigration Coalition
Know Your Rights Community Toolkit in EnglishEspañol, and 中文

New York State Office for New Americans 
Immigration Hotline: (800) 566-7636 – Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 12:00pm EST

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Online Detainee Locator 


Hate Crime Reporting
NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force: (646) 610-5267
New York City Public Advocate: (212) 669-7250
New York State Attorney General: (866) 390-2992
New York State Division of Human Rights: (888) 392-3644