Immigration Hotlines | Líneas Directas de Inmigración

NNIRR has gathered a list of national, state and local Immigration Hotlines. See our list below for hotlines where you can:

  • report raids in your area
  • seek help if being detained or at risk of being deported
  • report missing migrants

We will update these as new numbers become available. If you know any that are not listed, please send us an email with subject “hotline details” to:

A note of caution: There are often rumors of raids in many areas, and the hotlines can help verify if they are indeed taking place. If calling a hotline to report a raid, please make sure that you have either directly witnessed what happened, or have a reliable source who has and can provide details.

NNIRR ha compilado una lista de las líneas directas de inmigración al nivel nacional, estatal y local. Vea la lista a continuación para conectar con las líneas directas donde puede:

  • reportar redadas en su área
  • buscar ayuda si está detenido o en riesgo de ser deportado
  • reportar o averiguar de familiares migrantes desaparecidos

Mantenemos la lista actualizada y añadimos nuevos números cuando estén disponibles. Si conoce alguna línea que no esté en la lista, por favor envíanos un correo electrónico con los datos de la línea directa a:

Una nota de precaución: a menudo hay rumores de redadas en muchas áreas, y las líneas directas pueden ayudar a verificar si han ocurrido. Si llama a una línea directa para denunciar una redada, asegúrese de haber visto directamente lo que sucedió o de contar con un testigo confiable que tenga y pueda proporcionar detalles verdaderos.

Toll-free phone numbers are available for families separated by the US government between July 017 and June 2018. Families can use these numbers to reach a court-appointed Steering Committee that is conducting broad outreach to locate families and provide them with additional information on steps forward.

Information and numbers in English 

Números gratuitos están disponibles para las familias separadas por el gobierno de los E.E.U.U. entre julio 2017 y junio de 2018. Las familias pueden utilizar estos números para comunicarse con un Comité Directivo designado por un tribunal que está llevando a cabo un amplio proceso para localizar a las familias y proporcionarles información adicional.

Información y números en español

National Immigration & Refugee Hotlines

LGBTQ Immigrant Hotlines

  • National Immigrant Justice Center: NIJC LGBTQ Immigrant Rights Initiative provides legal services to low-income immigrants who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) and those who are living with HIV. Call: 1-773-672-6551 (Wednesdays & Fridays between 10:00 am – 12:00 pm) or by email: *Note: Geography — our direct representation work is limited to the Midwest, mostly those appearing before Chicago immigration courts. This limitation does not apply to detained individuals or those seeking assistance with an appeal.
  • Trans Queer Pueblo: this is not a hotline, but a group based in Arizona that provides support and resources for and by the LGBTQ+ community. They can help mobilize support systems and advocate for the rights of LGBTQ+ immigrants and refugees in the Southern border region who have been detained, are at threat of deportation, or have been subject to abuse and/or violation of rights. You can find them on: Facebook: or via their website:

Missing Migrant Hotlines

If the person crossed the Mexican border into Arizona or New Mexico:

Call No More Deaths: 520-585-5881

Call Colibrí Center for Human Rights: 520-724-8644

If the person crossed the Mexican border into Texas:

South Texas Human Rights Center

If the person crossed the Mexican border into California:

Call Aguilas del Desierto hotline: 760-521-3768

If the person is lost on the Mexican side of the border:

State and Local Hotlines – For Raids, Detentions, & Deportations

(listed alphabetically by state)






  • Chicago: 1-855-435-7693 (Illinois Coalition for Immigrant & Refugee Rights) Englis/Spanish/Korean/Polish


Grand Rapids rapid response to ICE:

  • From 6 am – 6 pm Monday – Friday dial 211 to report ICE activity, at which point volunteers can be mobilized.
  • Evenings and weekends call: 616-238-0081.


  • Statewide New Mexico Migra Watch Hotline: to report an immigration enforcement action or seek legal help for someone facing detention, call 1-844-363-1423 ext. 102. The hotline will be staffed from 6 am – 9 pm local time Monday through Friday.





  • Portland area and its surroundings: 1-888-622-1510 (Immigrants Rights Coalition)



  • Houston Immigrants’ Rights Hotline: 1-833-468-4664 (Callers can get assistance in understanding recent executive orders as well as existing immigration policies. ACLU of Texas, Houston Immigration Legal Service Collaborative, Tahirih Justice Center, Vinson & Elkins LLP and Houston Volunteer Lawyers)
  • Austin & Travis County: 1-512-270-1515 You can also text “WATCHICE” to 877877 (Community Defense Line)\