Remember, all people in the U.S., regardless of immigration status, have rights under the U.S. Constitution and other laws. Make sure you know your rights if you are approached by police or ICE. Review the information below to help you understand what your rights are and what to do in different situations.
YOU HAVE RIGHTS
All people in the U.S., whether citizen or non-citizen, have certain rights under the U.S. Constitution and other laws.
•You have the right to refuse consent for immigration or the police to search yourself, your car or your home.
•You have the right to remain silent. If you want to exercise that right, you should say it out loud.
•If you are not a U.S. citizen, you have the right to call the consulate of your home country. Immigration and police must let your consulate visit or speak with you.
•You have the right to speak to an attorney before answering any questions. You may say, “I will remain silent until I speak to an attorney.”
•You do not have to sign anything that you do not understand.
•You have the right to a copy of all your immigration papers.
*This is not intended as legal advice.
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