REFERENCES FOR LEGAL AID, KNOW YOUR RIGHTS & COMMUNITY SUPORT
Unfortunately, NNIRR does not provide legal services. If you are looking for legal assistance with an immigration matter, please check out these searchable listings.
Desafortunadamente, NNIRR no proporciona servicios legales. Si busca asistencia legal sobre asuntos de inmigración, consulte estos listados de búsqueda.
- Immigration Advocates Network: Go here to check for contacts in their Legal Directory.
- ImmigrationLawHelp.org: Online Directory of Legal Services for Low-income Immigrant Communities
- ICE Online Detainee Locator System: you can enter a person’s name and A# or date of birth to find a loved one in the custody of immigration agents anywhere around the country.
Many local Bar Associations have referral serivices – here are a few examples but we suggest doing a search of your area for “Bar Association of (name of city)”:
Links to the latest Know Your Rights flyers and fact sheets, in English & Spanish, produced by our friends at different immigrant legal advocacy organizations.
A list of national, state and local hotlines where you can report raids, seek help if being detained and or in threat of deportation, and to report missing migrants at the border.
All-In-One Guide to Defeating ICE Hold Requests: Tool for organizers & advocates to prevent deportations. Published by National Immigration Project, Immigrant Legal Resource Center, Immigrant Defense Project, Washington Defenders Association, and the National Immigration Law Center.
National Immigration Project of the National Lawyer’s Guild: Online legal & community resource including a national directory of immigration attorney and other community resources.
Guide for Haitians in Immigration Detention: (prepared by University of Miami School of Law)
A Step-by-step process for how to document abuses in your community: For more info, see our HURRICANE page.