Everyone has rights. This includes undocumented people and DACA recipients, refugees, holders of Temporary Protected Status, and everyone who is from an immigrant or refugee background. At the ISRC, we believe that knowing your rights and connecting you to legal resources provides more protection and support in a volatile environment that challenges the rights of immigrant and refugee communities.
Meet with our Immigrant Legal Services Fellow
Meet with our new team member, Daniel Curiel, our Immigrant Legal Services Fellow. Daniel works with the ISRC and the Workers' Rights Clinic at the UArizona College of Law to provide free legal advice and counseling to immigrant students, and in some cases, provide follow-up services such as DACA and other forms of adjustment of status or reliefs from deportation.
To schedule a consultation with Daniel call 602-492-4510
Who is Daniel?
Daniel is a first-generation college and law school graduate. He received a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Arizona and received his J.D. at the George Washington University Law School. His passion for migrant justice began at the UofA where he volunteered with the border humanitarian group No Mas Muertes/No More Deaths. Since then, he has represented immigrants of diverse backgrounds before immigration officials and tribunals. His desire is to leverage native Spanish speaking skills and immigration law knowledge to better serve the immigrant and refugee student populations at the University of Arizona.
Know Your Rights
Everyone has rights. Knowing them can be a challenge. Check out these resources to ensure you know your rights as an immigrant or refugee at school, home and work.