Know your Rights 

If the Immigration Service arrests you:

Do not answer any questions.

Do not say anything about where you were born or how you entered the United States.

Do not show any documents, except a letter from a lawyer. Above all, do not show any false documents.

 

Do not sign anything, especially an Order of Voluntary Departure, without first talking to a lawyer.

 

Tell the Immigration Service official that you want your hearing in the city closest to where you live where there is an immigration court (so that they do not transfer your case).

If the Immigration Services come to your home:

Ask to see a Search Warrant. If the official does not show you one, you do not have to open the door.

 

Do not sign anything, especially an Order of Voluntary Departure, without first talking to a lawyer.

 

Do not answer questions. Do not tell them anything about where you were born or how you came to the United States

 

Do not show any documents if the officials do not show you a Search Warrant.

Do not allow the official to enter your home. If you allow them in, you lose some of your rights.

If you are detained:

Do not answer any questions. Do not say anything about where you were born or how you entered the United States.

 

Do not sign anything, especially an Order of Voluntary Departure, before talking with a lawyer.           

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