Know Your Rights – Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Know Your Rights – Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Even without documentation, you still have rights when facing Immigration and Customs Enforcement [ICE]. It is important that you know your rights – Immigration and Customs Enforcement under the United States Constitution.

It is important that you know what you can and should do when ICE agents visit your home, workplace, or in public.  We at Miranda Magden & Miranda also believe it is a wise idea to have a complete Family Preparedness Plan in place in the event.

Although a detailed evaluation of your history is necessary to determine your immigration options, being aware of your rights can help protect you and those you love.  If you do need immigration help, please contact us for a consultation with one or our immigration attorneys.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – Know Your Rights – Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Please click on the links below for important information in both English and Spanish:

Know Your Rights if ICE Comes to Your Workplace

Conozca Su Derechos: Si ICE Llega a Su Lugar de Empleo

 

Know Your Rights if ICE Comes to Your Home

Conozca Su Derechos: Si ICE Visita Su Hogar

 

Know Your Rights if ICE Stops You in Public

Conozca Su Derechos: Si ICE Lo Para en Publico

 

Family Preparedness Plan

Plan de Preparacion Familiar