Deportation/Immigration Assistance

Deportation Assistance


An multilingual empowerment campaign to prepare for and safely defend our rights during encounters with Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Deportation Defense Cards/Know Your Rights

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Click here for cards in Arabic, Chinese, Korean, and Español

If you witnessed ICE activity in your community

Report them to the United We Dream hotline ASAP! Call 1-844-363-1423 and share this information to protect your community from detention and deportation! ‪#‎Not1More‬

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Report them using Latino Rebels’ MigraMap

Latino Rebels launched the first ever Map pin pointing ICE raids and activity across the country. Report what you saw using MigraMap

ICE Raids Toolkit

Comprehensive guide and organizing resource to fight back against anti-immigration
Immigrant Defense Project Toolkit

Community Defense Zone Guide

A guide for communities being targeted by the Trump Administration, specifically immigrants and refugees, Muslims, LGBTQ and Black communities, to create community based sanctuary as well as advocate for policies at the local and state level.
Community Defense Zone Guide

ACLU: Know Your Rights

A list of resources regarding your rights in multiple scenarios, compiled by the ACLU. (Some resources in Spanish and English.)

School Guide

Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff
Created by Teaching Tolerance:  A Project from the Southern Poverty Law Center 

Raid Alerts (RedadAlertas) App

An open source app warns undocumented Americans (or people who are rightfully worried they might be accused of being one) about anti-immigrant raids so they can flee before the immigration forces come for them. The app uses verified, crowdsourced data to sound the warning whenever the government sends U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers to round up undocumented residents.

Immigration Rights

Executive Order Immigration Assistance

ACLU hotline for people being detained at a US Airport under recent Executive Order

  • 415-621-2488


MALDEF: Immigrants’ Rights FAQs Under a Trump Presidency

Answers to some common questions about what Trump’s presidency means for immigrants, including undocumented immigrants, and what you can do to best protect yourself. (English and Spanish)

Learn More

NPR: Immigration Raids Are Reported Around The Country

BuzzFeed News: Domestic Abuse Victims Aren’t Coming Forward Because They’re Scared Of Being Deported

Vox: A leaked Trump order suggests he’s planning to deport more legal immigrants for using social services

Washington Post: Trump administration circulates more draft immigration restrictions, focusing on protecting U.S. jobs

NY Times: Court Refuses to Reinstate Travel Ban, Dealing Trump Another Legal Loss

Realities of Immigration and the Need for Reform

Fact Matter Immigration Fact Sheet

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Organizations and Campaigns

Actions and Networking

United We Dream

Not One More Deportation

Dream Activist

Latino Rebels

National Network for Immigration and Refugee Rights

National Immigrant Youth Alliance

Tahirih Justice Center (Helps Immigrants escape sexual violence)

Global Center for Refugee Education and Science (Language education assistance)


Great Local Action Groups

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR)

Puente Human Rights Movement (Phoenix, Arizona)

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights: ICIRR

California Coalition Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance



American Immigration Council

Immigrant Defense Project

International Refugee Assistant Project


Reform Immigration for America

Direct Actions

Pledge to defend immigrants in your community