A thorough resource for citizens and non-citizens, including what to do if you encounter police or immigration agents at your home or outdoors. This resource is available in English, Spanish, Polish, Korean, Tagalog, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese, Kjmer, Hindi, and Haitian Creole.
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Remember, all people in the U.S., regardless of immigration status, have rights under the U.S. Constitution and other laws. Make sure you know your rights if you are approached by police or ICE. Review the information below to help you understand what your rights are and what to do in different situations.
- You have rights
- What to do if immigration or the police come to your door
- What to do if immigration or the police stop you while driving your car
- What to do if immigration or the police stop you outdoors
- What to do if immigration comes to your workplace
- What to do if you are arrested
- What to do if you are in jail
- Know your rights card to save to your phone
- Know your rights printable cards to carry with you
- I’m a U.S. citizen. What should I do if ICE questions, detains or arrests me?
Read the infographics for various scenarios on the source site by clicking here.