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An important guideline: what to do if Immigration Agents (ICE Police) shows up at your doorstep.

1: Be calm. You have rights. Don’t open the door.

2: If they ask to be enter, ask them if they have a warrant signed by a Judge.

3: An ICE Administrative Warrant (Form 1-200, 1-205) does not allow the to enter your home without your consent.

4: If they force their way in, don’t resist. Tell everyone in the resident to remain calm.

5: If you are arrested, remain silent and so not sign anything until you speak to a lawyer.

Source: “Know your rights: what to do if immigration agents (ICE) are st your door”- ACLU.


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