Resources for undocumented students at the California State University (CSU) system

Resources for undocumented students at the University of California (UC) system


Senate Bill 1159: Allows undocumented individuals to apply for professional licenses in California using an ITIN instead of a social security number. Some examples include accounting, architecture, law, medicine, real estate, etc. 


Canal Alliance strives to educate, empower, support, and partner with motivated immigrants and their families to best meet all their unique needs—from putting food on the table, to become U.S. citizens, to learning English, to graduating from college.

Community Action Marin breaks down the barriers that get in the way of fair and lasting change, responds to urgent and pressing community needs, and advocates to eliminate the social inequities that hinder people’s ability to thrive. Services available to undocumented people are financial and career coaching, free tax preparation (ITIN required), a food apprenticeship program, emergency food boxes, and rental assistance.

North Marin Community Services strives to empower youth, adults, and families in their diverse community to achieve well-being, growth and success. They provide assistance with food, money (budget planning & rental assistance), child care, education, and health.

West Marin Community Services (WMCS) supports programs and services that ensure the well-being of individuals and families in West Marin. Services include a food pantry, thrift store, youth services, financial assistance, and more.