USA Today decides to break the law and help people with immigration arrests

 

What to do if immigration officers come knocking at your door

The American Civil Liberties Union advises not opening your door unless the agents can show a warrant signed by a judge.

ICE administrative warrants don’t allow agents to enter a home without the consent of the residents. Residents can ask through the door why the agents are thereĀ and request an interpreter if they need one.

If there is no warrant, ask the agents to leave information outside.

If the agents force their way into the home, “don’t resist. Tell everyone in the residence to remain silent,” the ACLU says.

If you are arrested “remain silent and do not sign anything until you speak to a lawyer,” the graphic said.

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