Propelled by the recent immigration policy that allows undocumented youth to seek temporary legal stay in the U.S., community activists and organizations rallied together to form FLDream.
The campaign seeks to help undocumented youth that are trying to navigate the new law and apply for deferred action.
In June, President Barack Obama announced the "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" (DACA) Plan that would allow undocumented immigrants younger than 31 years old that arrived in the country before they were 16 to apply for a two-year work permit.
FLDream will offer free information sessions and support beginning Saturday, according to a release.
"We don't want any youth in Florida to miss the opportunity to some type of relief," said Julio Calderon, who is involved in the campaign. "I'm happy that many immigrant youth will be able to live and drive free from the fear of deportation. They'll also be able to look for a job to pay for their studies, support their families and contribute to the country they love."
Youth could begin submitting their applications for deferred action as of August 15.
To be eligible, the youth must be in the country for at least five consecutive years; have no criminal history; graduated from high school, have a GED or served in the military.
According to the Migration Policy Institute, the new law is expected to benefit 1.4 million youth in the country and about 120,000 in the state of Florida.
They estimate about 23,000 to 42,000 will benefit in Miami-Dade County and 13,000 to 17,000 in Broward County.
FLDream is hosting a clinic this Saturday and next Saturday at Florida International University from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, visit: www.fldream.com