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Here you will find information of interest in different migratory topics/aspects.

Immigrant Rights

Red Cards: All persons in the United States, regardless of immigration status, have certain rights and protections under the U.S. Constitution.

Know your rights: if ICE visits a home, employer, or public space.

Here you can find informative videos about Justice for Immigrants and their families.

Appleseed Network Deportation Handbook. Includes details on financial preparedness.

Emergency preparedness for immigrant families

IMUMI Tools for Mexican Women Citizens: English – Spanish

LIRS materials ‘Don’t Be Afraid’ for congregations and immigrants: English – Spanish

How to find a detainee and information on how to file a complaint:

ICE Online Detainee Locator System / English – Spanish

ICE Detention Center Locator

Families, attorneys, and social service providers may also contact ICE field offices about any family separation concerns (particularly primary caregivers) or complete this form. Always refer to “Parent Interest Consultation”. If there is no answer, call DRIL’s hotline: 1-888-351-4024.
You can file a complaint with the DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Include the child’s (and sponsor’s) G-28 or release form with the CRCL complaint at:
Web Form
CRCL Email
Fax: 202-401-4708
Here is a flowchart on the process of filing a civil rights complaint.
If you believe a child is at imminent risk, call the state Child Protective Services agency where the child resides.
How to report enforcement actions to advocacy organizations:

Information for monitoring law enforcement against families of unaccompanied children

United We Dream has a hotline where families can call to report raids/enforcement actions:

Resources to help respond to law enforcement actions and large-scale raids.

Case Preparation

Memo to pro bono attorneys on case preparation for enforcement activities.

NIJC Frequently Asked Questions on Immigration Executive Orders

AILA resources for responding to law enforcement actions and large-scale raids.


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