The Center for Immigration Assistance (CFIA) is the Nation’s most comprehensive resource for immigration/detention and release. From information on the process, to detainee search, to securing someone’s release, CFIA will be able to help.
Know Your Constitutional Rights – What to do if ICE or the police come to your workplace
KNOW YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS: What to do if ICE or the police come to your home
DO NOT RUN Try to stay calm and collected. Do not flee from ICE or the police.
REMAIN SILENT Anything you say can be used against you in your immigration case; you have the right to remain silent.
DON’T PROVIDE FALSE DOCUMENTS Providing false documents to ICE may result in deportation and criminal charges.
SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY Do not sign anything you don’t understand. Be sure to speak to an attorney before signing anything.The Center for Immigration Assistance has a list of immigration lawyers and legal specialists, along with several resources to assist with questions, forms and questions regarding immigration detention and release.
IMMIGRATION BAIL BONDS
If you are detained, you may be granted immigration bail bonds. Contact the Center for Immigration Assistance to get out ASAP, (844) 910-2342. We can assist you with any questions you may have.