Penn's Transnational Legal Clinic Launches Hotline to Help Penn Community Members Navigating Legal Processes Related to DACA Renewal

Penn's Transnational Legal Clinic at Penn Carey Law School is offering a resource available this semester to members of the Penn Community - An intake hotline to help Penn community members who are navigating legal processes related to DACA renewal, Undocumented status, or Temporary Protected status (TPS).  The hotline is being hosted under the leadership of Sarah Paoletti, J.D., Practice Professor of Law and Director of the Transnational Legal Clinic and the hotline number is 215-746-1458

Additionally, the Greenfield Intercultural Center (GIC) will be hosting an upcoming webinar with Sarah Paoletti, J.D. and other experts to answer questions that relate to the topics of DACA, undocumented status, and TPS.  The details for this webinar will be shared as soon as a date is set.  In the meantime, they will be collecting any related questions you have via this link

If you have any questions, please reach out to Valerie De Cruz ( or Krista L. Cortes (


The Uncertain Future of DACA - Penn Today interview with Sarah Paoletti, J.D.

DACA Fact Sheet - Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration

Student Intervention Services:  Call 215-898-6081 or email 

Student Health and Counseling:  Call 215-898-7021 (24/7) for information, support, to schedule an appointment, and to speak with an on-call provider.  Students can drop-in and meet with a clinician during regular business hours.