Resources for Detained Immigrants & Their Allies

HOTLINES & PHONE APPS

  • If you or some­one you know has been arrest­ed by ICE, we rec­om­mend call­ing the Migra (Immi­gra­tion Enforce­ment) Hot­line at +1 (844) 363‑1423 to be con­nect­ed with local resources.
  • If you are in dan­ger of being arrest­ed, or plan on par­tic­i­pat­ing in a protest, we rec­om­mend down­load­ing the Noti­fi­ca app on your phone and adding the phone num­bers of fam­i­ly and friends to send alerts in the case of your arrest.

PREPARING FAMILY MEMBERS AND ALLIES

WHEN ICE APPROACHES YOU OR A COMMUNITY MEMBER

WHAT TO DO IF AT WORK OR IF YOU ARE AN EMPLOYER

BOND AND LEGAL SUPPORT

COMMUNITY RESPONSE RESOURCES

REGIONAL RESOURCES

EXTENDED RESOURCES

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  • The Fron­ter­i­zo Fian­za Fund is a com­mu­ni­ty bond (fian­za) fund based in El Paso and serv­ing Far West Texas and New Mex­i­co. Many detained migrants have no chance to be released while they wait the months or years until their tri­al. When some­one does receive a bond, they are often way out of reach for most fam­i­lies, rang­ing any­where from $1,500 to $50,000.
  • The Flo­rence Immi­grant and Refugee Rights Project is the only orga­ni­za­tion in Ari­zona that pro­vides free legal and social ser­vices to detained men, women, and chil­dren under threat of depor­ta­tion.
  • Refugee and Immi­grant Cen­ter for Edu­ca­tion and Legal Ser­vices (RAICES) pro­motes jus­tice by pro­vid­ing free and low-cost legal ser­vices to under­served immi­grant chil­dren, fam­i­lies and refugees in Cen­tral and South Texas.