For Isaac, growing up undocumented meant living in constant fear. With IIBA's legal and financial support, Isaac has been able to maintain his DACA status without paying exorbitant fees, giving him peace of mind to pursue better opportunities for his family.
Taking a leap of faith, Cinthya got married and moved to the United States. With IIBA’s support, she became a permanent resident in 2003. Two decades later, Cinthya again turned to IIBA for legal help to obtain citizenship, in hopes of giving back to her adopted community in Redwood City.
After surviving a tragic accident, Leska left Ukraine and found home and community in the Bay Area. She worked with IIBA’s Redwood City team to achieve her dream of becoming a U.S. citizen. Now, Leska hopes to coach and inspire others with the invaluable lessons from her own immigration journey.
Before they met in 2015, Eric and Patricia each had complicated relationships with the U.S. immigration system. After falling in love and getting married, the couple would again have to navigate the complex system to prove their love to immigration officials.
10 years of DACA. Join us in celebrating this milestone by reading about DACA's impact on some of IIBA's incredible clients.