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What To Do If You Are Stopped By ICE

1) You have the right to remain silent and if you choose to remain silent, you should tell the officers that you wish to remain silent, and then be silent.

2) You have the right to speak to a lawyer.

3) Have your family hire an experienced immigration lawyer for you.

4) Carefully read all documents that you are given so that you really understand them.

5) Do not sign any documents without speaking to your Immigration Attorney for you may not be able make changes later, or withdraw it.

6) Request for a hearing before an immigration judge

7) Do not sign any papers to leave the U.S. voluntarily.

8) Do not lie or show false documents

If ICE knocks on your door:

1) You do not have to open the door unless they have a search warrant signed by a judge with your correct name and address.

2) You have the right to remain silent and if you choose to remain silent, you should tell them that you wish to remain silent.

3) You have the right to speak to a lawyer.

4) You should not lie or show false documents.

If you or someone you know has questions about this or needs help, please call our law office at 626 256 8500.


  • By Doreen Emenike
  • April 6, 2017
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