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These videos by the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union, provide instructional, engaging information on how to interact with ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement).


WE HAVE RIGHTS: Inside Our Home 

WE HAVE RIGHTS: In Our Communities, In Our Streets 

WE HAVE RIGHTS: When ICE is Outside Our Doors 



If you are faculty or staff at Metro and are unsure about how to interact with ICE, please refer to the What to do if ICE comes to campus flyer .  



Please refer to the guide below for tips and important notes on sharing reports of raids on social media. For up-to-date, in-the-moment information about any ongoing immigration raids in Colorado, please refer to the Colorado Rapid Response Network's facebook page:  



flyer on phone number and tips on how to report immigration raids

Know Your Rights

This guide has information about your rights as an immigrant. The American Friends Service Committee have put together a complete guide that will hopefully provide the information needed for people to protect and defend their rights. 

Click here to access the guide. Also, please refer to the Immigrant Services frontpage for information regarding your rights when interacting with ICE. Please scroll down to "Know your Rights when interacting with ICE (flyer & video)."


What are Sensitive Locations?

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) limits immigration enforcement actions from occurring at "sensitive locations."

This Sensitive Locations Fact Sheet will help you learn more. Schools, hospitals, and courts are such sensitive locations, although there have been isolated incidents in Denver when immgration enforcement was conducted in and around courthouses. 


City of Denver's Questions & Answers About Immigrant Rights


Be prepared! Make a Family Plan

It is very important to be prepared to face all possible scenarios. This checklist made by the Immigrant Legal Resource Center contains a list of items to keep in mind when making a family plan.

This family preparedness plan is available in English , Spanish, and Chinese

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