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Responding to Subpoenas and Other Legal Requests
DePaul routinely receives various types of formal legal requests. These include:

Subpoenas:  Documents requiring DePaul (or a DePaul employee) to provide testimony or documents related to a pending lawsuit
Summons/Complaints:  Documents initiating a lawsuit and requiring DePaul to appear in court or otherwise respond by a certain date
​Routine Government Investigations:  Site visits related to visa applications sponsored by the University
Wage Garnishments:  Documents requiring DePaul to withhold some portion of an employee’s wages 

Pursuant to the Response to Legal Inquiries policy​, the OGC is responsible for responding to all legal requests made to DePaul.  If someone, such as a Sheriff, process server, or investigator with a government-issued badge/ID asks you for information or to accept any legal documents on behalf of DePaul, please decline and redirect him/her to the Office of the General Counsel, 55 E Jackson Blvd., 22nd Floor. Responses to legal requests are generally handled by Associate General Counsel Mary Devona Stark, x27503, mdevona@depaul.edu.​

Resources from DePaul sources:

Legal Services

Scholarships

Support Services

Travel for Students

DREAM Guide

The Women's and Gender Studies Department offers a list of Support Services and Resources

Resources from other sources:

Immigrant Orientation Workshop March 23, 2017

Immigrant Parent Safety Planning Legal Clinic March 24, 2017

DACA Guidelines

DACA Post-Election Resources (e4fc.org)

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refuee Rights (icirr.org)

President Trump’s Executive Orders on Immigration

What Makes a City a Sanctuary Now? (mijente.net)

Lurie Children’s Hospital Preliminary Messaging Post-Election Support for Marginalized Youth​​​

We Have Your Back: How Educators Can Support Undocumented Students

Family Preparedness Plan​ (ilrc.org)

Roberto Gonzales: Supporting Undocumented Students (Video)​

Everyone Has Rights No Matter Who is President (nilr.org)

Immigration Post-Election Q & A: DACA Students, "Sanctuary Campuses," and Institutional or Community Assistance (American Council on Education)

Resources from the Archdiocese of Chicago:

Resources from the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago:

What is the Center for Advocacy