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The San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center


Immigration News & Resources

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SLVIRC Statement on the Recent Election:

The recent presidential election is of great concern to us, as it is to all of you. SLVIRC stands with the immigrant community. We will do everything in our power in the coming weeks and months to move our mission forward and continue supporting those who rely on our services.

We will continue working with the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition and our other partner organizations to support reform and fight injustice. We are part of a strong statewide movement working with our representatives to ensure the safety and dignity of ALL Colorado families.

If you are concerned about your case or have questions for us, do not hesitate to call Flora at 719-587-3225 x11. While we do not know at this time how a Trump Administration will look or act, we are available to discuss your questions. In addition, please click here to learn about your rights should immigration officials come to your home.

To those of you who are able to contribute financially, we need your support now more than ever. If you are able, please click here to make a donation.

New Resource: Colorado Drug Card

Colorado Drug Card is a free resource for the uninsured and underinsured in the state of Colorado to help them afford their prescription medications. Using the card, you can receive discounts of up to 75% off retail price for many drugs. The card is completely free and anyone can use it. Click on the icon below to create and print your card.


Information on Administrative Relief (DAPA and expanded DACA):

See below for a message from Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition regarding the November 9 5th Circuit decision:

"Today's 2-1 decision towards DACA/DAPA (Texas v. US) by the 5th Circuit is no surprise. Now it is our duty to       move forward and push The Supreme Court to set aside the politics, move this forward on their agenda this coming term and help restore justice, unity and respect for the millions of hardworking, dedicated immigrant families that qualify for DAPA/DACA+."

If the case goes to the Supreme Court, it is highly likely that a decision will not be made until June 2016. In the meantime, you can find information on DAPA/DACA+, including what documents you need to prepare, by clicking on the links below.

Click here for information specific to DAPA and DACA in English.

Click here for information specific to DAPA and DACA in Spanish

Click here to go to the Administrative Relief website, where you can find additional information on DAPA, expanded DACA, and other changes in immigration laws in several languages.

Please note: Applications are not yet being accepted, but please call us if you have any questions or would like to discuss your case.

Resources for Students, Youth, & DACA Recipients:

Are you looking for university scholarship resources for undocumented youth and DACA recipients?

Click here for these resources and more!

CIRC Updates

Click here to go to Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC)'s website for updates on Driver's License Funding, Administrative Relief, IMPACT, and more!

Colorado Road & Community Safety Act

Click here for information on driver's licenses.



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Mission Statement

To connect and empower immigrants with resources to achieve legal documentation, fulfill their economic needs, and integrate into the community.

Board of Directors

Jeanne "Gigi" Darricades

Amanda Hopkins

Francisco Lucas

Patrick O'Neill

Aaron Prieto

Eva Rayas-Solis

Michelle Salazar

Nicolas Sarmiento

Mary Valerio