Be Ready Be Strong
The Advocates for Human Rights' Be Ready Be Strong initiative is designed to prepare communities for immigration enforcement.
Step 1: Identify your immigration options.
Step 2: Prepare yourself and your family.
Step 3: Know Your Rights
Know Your Rights - When Encountering Law Enforcement - This pamphlet by the ACLU gives practical advice on what to do and what your rights are if you are stopped by law enforcement. Available in English | Spanish | Arabic | Urdu | Hindi | Punjabi | Farsi | Somali
Report Discrimination: Discrimination is a human rights violation and should not be tolerated. Hold public and private institutions accountable by reporting abuse.
You have the right to remain silent.
You have the right to see a warrant signed by a judge giving ICE permission to come into your home. If ICE does not have a warrant, you can keep your door closed.
You have the right to talk to a lawyer.
You have the right to refuse to sign any paper you do not understand or do not agree with.
The Advocates for Human Rights
330 Second Avenue South, Suite 800
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Immigrant Client Line: 612-341-9845