Immigrant Resources

Immigrant Resources

All Encompassing
RAICESThe immigration nonprofit provides a list of wide-ranging resources from food to housing in English and Spanish.
Financial Assistance
Undocumented Workers FundHospitality workers can apply for the grants by emailing
National Domestic Workers AllianceDomestic and home care workers can apply for grants of up to $400. The alliance is funding affiliates first, but it is also accepting applications from those who are not members.

To apply, visit
ImmSchoolsFinancial assistance and resources for families with unauthorized members.
Workers Defense ProjectThe Texas UndocuWorker Fund provides $250 grants to its members and their families.

To become a member, apply for help or donate, visit
TechqueriaProvides financial assistance to unauthorized workers across the country.

To donate or apply, visit their campaign:
Betancourt-Macias Family Scholarship FoundationPeople can either donate to assist undocumented families during the crisis or fill out a form as an undocumented immigrant to receive such aid.

Options are available in English and Spanish on its website:
Pharmaceutical Help
St. Vincent de Paul PharmacyThe St. Vincent de Paul Pharmacy at the Northwest Community Center serves the uninsured and low-income and that includes unauthorized immigrants.

To get help, call  (469) 232-9902 or visit
Legal Aid
Raices (Dallas)Legal consultations for new clients needing legal aid in the areas of removal defense, unaccompanied children, family-based, and humanitarian immigration services.

Please call  (214) 295-9554 or  (214) 919-0736 to schedule an appointment for your consultation over the phone.
Catholic Charities of DallasImmigration Legal Services, Refugee Services & Financial Stability Career Services have on-line appointments and virtual case management.

For more information, visit
Equal Justice CenterUnauthorized workers can receive aid from attorneys at the Equal Justice related to work place issues.

For more information about the center go to or call  (800) 853-4028.
Authorized Immigrants and DACA recipients
Texas Workforce CommissionImmigrants authorized to work, including those under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, may be able to qualify for unemployment benefits if they meet other eligibility requirements.

DACA recipients and those who recently gained legal status could also qualify for help under the “Pandemic Employment Assistance” in the federal stimulus package. That assistance is meant to help workers who don’t qualify for unemployment benefits but still require work authorization.

For more information, visit
USCISImmigrants hoping to become naturalized citizens should know that while new public charge rules are in place, COVID-19 screenings and treatment will not be counted against immigrants, according to new guidance from USCIS. Immigrants who seek out government assistance during the coronavirus will also be given the opportunity to explain how the pandemic affected their ability to support themselves, the agency said.