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We are dedicated to helping all students who wish to pursue a global experience during college. In addition to international opportunities, the Study Abroad Office also offers a number of Domestic Global Programs, where global issues are studies in a US-based destination.
Process of Studying Abroad Through Advanced Parole
Undocumented students have the opportunity to study abroad through the Department of Homeland Security's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals memorandum (DACA). This page is intended to provide general information to students, parents and university employees regarding DACA and study abroad. This information is not to be considered as legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.
The law relating to travel on Advance Parole for DACA students is complicated, and we strongly encourage students to seek counsel with an immigration attorney before considering this as an option. The Arizona Legal Center currently offers Pro Bono counsel through its Immigration Services Project.
For Updates to DACA from ASU, read more here: DACA Updates from EOSS
Once you’ve discussed your circumstances with legal counsel and decided that you want to study abroad, you should:
Important: ASU’s Study Abroad Office cannot guarantee re-entry back into the United States, even though students are participating in an approved ASU Study Abroad program.
Resources for more information:
DREAMzone ASU – DREAMzone is a resource for the Arizona State University community in support of our undocumented, DACA, and students with families of mixed immigration status. There, you can find resources (at ASU and in the community) for support, and hear from current students or alumni about their experiences.