SOS, I need help!
The U.S. detention and deportation system is complicated and confusing. It is easy for immigrants caught up in the system to lose hope. But there are many things you can do to educate and protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community:
First Response: What happens if a loved one or community member is arrested and detained? What should you do? Find out what your first response should be.
Educate Yourself: Learn about the how the detention and deportation system works so that you can be better prepared to respond to a raid, arrest, or deportation proceedings.
In Detention: Know your rights in detention and how to get the right kind of help when you need it.
Making a Case: Find materials designed to help detained immigrants and family members file documents and prepare legal cases on your own if you are not able to get professional legal help.
Find a detention center with the DWN Detention Map.
Connect to the ICE's Online Detainee Locator System: www.ice.gov/locator.
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