Given the circumstances with lots of questions on #immigration matters, we have compiled this list of resources for our community members.  Please use the social media tools to the RIGHT to share with others.

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July 21, 2017:  NALEO also compiled these resources:

Side by Side: Provisions of the 2010 and 2017 Dream Acts and DACA
DREAM ACT 2017: Summary and Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

A GUIDE FOR EMPLOYERS: What to Do if Immigration Comes to Your Workplace

From Univision:

Know your Rights video in Spanish from the ACLU:


Demián Bichir: What To Do If Immigration Agents Are At Your Door

Demián Bichir: What To Do If Immigration Agents Are At Your Door

Posted by ACLU on Saturday, February 11, 2017


“America; I Too”  From CHIRLA (English):

“America; I Too”  From CHIRLA (Spanish):

Protecting Assets and Child Custody in the Face of Deportation:  As millions of immigrant families face fear and uncertainty, Appleseed is updating its 2012 manual, “Protecting Assets and Child Custody in the Face of Deportation.”

American Immigration Lawyers Association:  We have created the following resource page to help our members and the public stay on top of the changing immigration environment under the Trump administration:

Kuck Immigration Partners:  13 cosas que debe saber y hacer bajo la Presidencia de Trump con la Nueva Represión de Inmigrantes #KnowYourRights

The Mexican government is offering toll free numbers for advice and addressing questions of Mexican nationals in the U.S.  CIAM 1-855-463-6395 and Estamos Contigo Mi ConsulMex 1-877-632-6678.



National Immigration Law Center (link available in Spanish and Chinese): KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: Everyone has certain basic rights, no matter who is president:


ACLU:  What to do at other ports of entry:


American Federation of Teachers has info for students & parents:

America’s Voice has”Three Steps To Fight Against Trump’s Deportation Force”:


National Immigration Law Center:  Our Recommendations for People Considering Applying for DACA Following the Election has a new website too:


National Immigration Law Center (link available in Spanish and Chinese): Q&A on DACA.

Women’s Refugee Commission: Make A Plan: Migrant Parents’ Guide to Preventing Family Separation

Women’s Refugee Commission: ICE’s Parental Interests Directive: Helping Families Caught Between the Immigration and Child Welfare Systems

Women’s Refugee Commission: Detained or Deported: What About My Children?

Know Your Rights information from United We DREAM:

Other resourced from United we DREAM regarding DACA, “Five Important Things You Need to know about DACA During a Trump Presidency”:

Immigrant Legal Resource Center, Know YOUR Rights and What Immigrant Families Should Do NOW:

Council on American-Islamic Relations has this website to report incidents:

Teaching Tolerance is a great resource for children and schools:

Human Rights Campaign has a great resource for helping GLBT community members:

Information from our friend and immigration attorney, Charles Kuck on DACA:

The Southern Poverty Law Center has launched a website to report hate incidents:

President-elect Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric throughout the campaign has immigrant families worrying that they could be targeted, detained, or deported. In order to ensure immigrants are informed, prepared, and protected, the ILRC has released the following resources, and will continue to create and disseminate more like them.

Post-Election Talking Points and Resources

Post-Election Resource for Schools

Know Your Rights and What Immigrant Families Should Know

Post-Election Q&A for Advocates and Attorneys Serving Immigrant Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

Post-Election Community Information Sheet

Family Preparedness Plan

The ILRC continues to produce and disseminate Red Cards, sturdy plastic cards that provide critical information on how to assert these rights, along with an explanation to ICE agents that the individual is indeed asserting those rights. The demand for cards has increased significantly since the election, and we have responded by increasing our orders and fulfilment, as well as providing the design and information on executing these rights here:

• Know your rights when you encounter immigration agents and other law enforcement (“Everyone Has Certain Basic Rights, No Matter Who Is President,” available in Arabic, English, Korean, Spanish, and traditional and simplified Chinese). This resource includes a handy “know your rights” card (such as the one here) that you can cut out and carry with you. Short URL:

Appleseed Network:

• New Questions and Answers About DACA Now That Trump Is President-Elect (available in English, Korean, Spanish, and traditional and simplified Chinese). Note that the fee to request DACA has increased from $465 to $495. For a listing of all U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services fee changes, see