WYOMING RAPID REPONSE NETWORK
If you are a family member are being confronted or have been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or law enforcement, or if you feel your rights have been violated, we are here to help.
WHAT TO DO IF ICE SHOWS UP
Here are a few things you should remember if ICE comes to your home.
You DO NOT have to let them in, unless they have a warrant. The warrant must be signed by a judge. Intimidation tactics might be used. Do not panic. Hold your ground, and stay calm.
Call The WY Rapid Rsponse Network: 1-844-864-8341.
If ICE forces their way into your home do not resist. It is important you cooperate.
Document the interaction. Ask children to be prepared to film what happens.
DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING.
Things to keep in mind if you are afraid ICE might come to your door.
Review the Family Preparedness Plan.
Review the Know-Your-Rights sheet.
Contact your children’s school and update emergency cards. Your children will only be released to individuals listed in emergency cards.
What if my loved one was taken?
Make sure you have their birth date, full name, and the number on the wristband they are given in custody. Please share this information with The WY Rapid Response Network as soon as possible.
CALL 1-844-864-8341 to report the incident.
What if I’m already in removal proceedings?
CALL the WYOMING RAPID RESPONSE NETWORK 1-844-864-8341. They can help you find a lawyer to represent you in court.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
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I AM AN ALLY
As an ally, it is important that you are also aware of immigrant rights, including those listed above. Email us to learn more about how to get involved and stand with our immigrant neighbors.