A Proud Sanctuary City - Immigration Resources

A Proud Sanctuary City - Immigration Resources

To show our commitment to our immigrant communities, the City of Sacramento has created the FUEL Network. The Sacramento Family Unity, Education, and Legal (FUEL) Network for Immigrants is a coalition of non-profits, religious organizations, law school immigration clinics, businesses, local pro-bono attorneys, educators, and other community partners dedicated to helping Sacramento residents prevent, prepare for, or defend against deportation. We believe in an immigrant-centered approach that embraces unity across racial and ethnic communities. As a program established by the City of Sacramento, we strive to build solidarity and collaboration with local, state, and national partners seeking justice for immigrant, migrant, and refugee families.

March 3, 2018

FUEL Network and Immigration Information

All services and resources offered by FUEL are free of charge.

The Rapid Response Hotline: (916) 245-6773
The Rapid Response Hotline as a key first step for anyone experiencing or observing immigration and customs enforcement activity. It is ensuring that all reports are legitimate, assisting in keeping accurate accounts of raids and detentions, and is connecting families with the FUEL Network for resources.

More resources and services are available through the Sacramento FUEL Network. Email: Info@sacfuelnetwork.org

We will not cower, we will not retreat. We will do everything in our power to stand up for and protect Dreamers, hardworking families, immigrants – people who are just doing their best to work, to learn, and to have a part of the Sacramento and the California dream. We of course are not about protecting people with serious criminal backgrounds, this is not what this is about. This is about Dreamers and hardworking families.

March for Our Lives and Student Walk Out

March for Our Lives and Student Walk Out

Mayor's Gallery - April 2018: Patricia Altschul

Mayor's Gallery - April 2018: Patricia Altschul