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Your rights even if you are undocumented:
In United States undocumented people have rights as well.KNOW AND ASSERT YOUR RIGHTS! INS will not do it for you. Currently, all none-citizens have the following rights, regardless of their immigration status:
  • You have the right to speak to an attorney before answering any questions or signing any documents.
  • You have the right to request release from detention even if ICE has not said why it wants to deport you.

  • In most cases, you have the right to a hearing before an immigration judge to determine whether you have violated the immigration laws.

 
IF YOU DO DON’T DEMAND THESE RIGHTS OR IF YOU SIGN DOCUMENTS WAIVING YOUR RIGHTS, THE ICE MAY DEPORT YOU BEFORE YOU SEE EITHER AN ATTORNEY OR A JUDGE.
If you have an order of deportation:
                   
- TALK TO AN IMMIGRATION LAWYER BEFORE LEAVING THE U.S.
                    - IF YOU ARE A FOREIGN NATIONAL ARRESTED IN THE U.S., YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO CALL YOUR CONSULATE
You also have the right to:
1. Remain Silent
2. Be Free from "Unreasonable Searches and Seizures"
3. Advocate for Change
 
Also:
IF YOU HAVE BEEN STOPPED ON THE STREET, ASK IF YOU ARE FREE TO GO.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TALK TO THE POLICE, FBI, INS, OR ANY OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENT OR INVESTIGATOR. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ANYTHING YOU SAY TO THE POLICE, FBI, INS, ETC. CAN BE USED AGAINST YOU AND OTHERS
YOU CAN SAY NO! If the police, FBI, INS, or anyone else tries to enter your home without a warrant, say "I will not talk to you until I consult an attorney.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO LET POLICE OR OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT INTO YOUR HOME OR OFFICE UNLESS THEY HAVE A WARRANT.
CARRY WITH YOU THE NAME AND NUMBER OF AN IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY WHO WILL TAKE YOUR CALLS.
 

Call someone who used to be  in your position and can understand you better:
  • The information you provide is confidential
  • CALL: Attorney Vassil Nenkov (508) 822-8785
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