Know Your Rights

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Conozca sus derechos

Sandra Sanchez

Sandra Sanchez leads an “Immigration 101” workshop

Sandra Sanchez leads an “Immigration 101” workshop.

¿Sabe qué hacer en caso de que ICE le interrogue en el trabajo o vaya a su casa?

Usted está invitado a un taller para que:
¡CONOZCA SUS DERECHOS!

¡Es gratis!

Debido a lo delicado del tema, recomendamos que no traiga a menores de 14 años.

"Know Your Rights" booklet, English version

Learn about the legal rights of immigrants and what you can do to protect those rights.

"Know your rights" booklet

Learn about the legal rights of immigrants and what you can do to protect those rights.

Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids

The Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids booklet, produced by CASA of Maryland, and distributed by AFSC, is available in English and Spanish. It is important that everyone know their rights when confronted by immigration authorities.

For more information, contact Sandra Sanchez, Iowa Immigrants Voice Program Director, at SSanchez@afsc.org or 515-274-4851, ext. 11.

Protéjase de las redadas de inmigración

Protéjase de las redadas de inmigración es un folleto de ocho páginas que le proporciona a usted una guía sobre cómo responder en caso de una redada, y afirmar sus derechos. Incluye la tarjeta de bolsillo “Mi derecho a guardar silencio”, para presentar a las autoridades en caso de ser detenida(o). Protéjase de las redadas de inmigración, producido por CASA de Maryland, también es conocido como el folleto “Conozca sus derechos”

Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids

This 8-page booklet provides you with a useful walk through of how to respond to immigration raids and assert your rights. It includes a “right to remain silent” card. Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids, produced by CASA of Maryland, is also known as the “Know Your Rights” booklet.

Immigration: Know Your Rights Resources

We’ve been working to organize workshops for immigrant communities in Charlotte and Greensboro about “knowing your rights” in case of immigration raids. We have expanded to include information about Powers of Attorney so that our undocumented neighbors can prepare their affairs in case of detention or deportation.  Below are some of the resources we've used in our workshops.

Resources:

St. Louis Healing Justice Program Background

The Healing Justice Program is seeks to change our system of justice from a paradigm of retribution to one of healing and transformative justice that seeks to restore wholeness to individuals and communities.

This new system is informed by Quaker philosophy, by models developed in Indigenous communities and other Communities of Color, and by prisoners and formerly incarcerated individuals and their families.

AFSC is active with Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty and is working for a moratorium on executions in Missouri.

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