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KYR RESOURCES BY ISSUE
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TOPICRESOURCESLANGUAGESUMMARY/UNIQUE FEATURES
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General
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Smart phone application:UWD: Notifica App English, SpanishPhone app with KYR information that sends out secure messages to your support network if you are detained.
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Informed Immigrant: Know Your Rights (2019)English, Spanish
Full Guide: How to prepare for raids, what to do/not do, external resources, links to Red Cards, and links to finding credible legal help.
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NILC: Everyone Has Certain Basic Rights, No Matter Who is President (2019)English, Spanish, Arabic, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Somali, FarsiPrintable Red Cards and general KYR for encounters with immigration or the police
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ACLU: We Have Rights Videos (2019)English, Spanish, Arabic, Haitian-Creole, Russian, Urdu
4 Videos: 1) ICE at Our Doors, 2) ICE Inside Our Homes, 3) ICE in Our Communities/In Our Streets, 4) If ICE Arrests Us
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PennState Law: Center for Immigrants' Rights Clinic KYR (2019)English2-Pager: ICE in your home/car/if you are arrested; judicial vs. administrative warrant; sensitive locations; police vs. ICE; external resources
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UWD: Know Your Rights (2019)English, Spanish, Arabic, Tagalog, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Hindi, Farsi, MarathiKnow your rights downloadable posters (Scroll to bottom)
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IDP: Know Your Rights 2-Page Flyer (2018)Engish, Spanish, French, Punjabi, Arabic, Haitian Creole, Bangla, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, Russian, Urdu, Portuguese, Hebrew, Trad. Mandarin, Simpl. Mandarin2-Pager: FAQ style; "You may be a target even if"
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NLG: We Know Our Rights Videos (2018)English, Spanish3 Informative Skits, 3-5 minutes each: ICE at my home, ICE at my workplace, ICE making me sign documents
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ILRC: Assert Your Rights Red Cards (2017)English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, French, Hmong, Korean, VietnamesePrintable Red Cards: script (one side in English and other side in native language) meant to be given to immigration officials while asserting 5th and 4th ammendment rights
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Alto Trump: Know Your Rights Resources (2017)English, Spanish (some in Arabic, Bengali, Tagalog)Multiple infographics with "What to do if" guides: ICE at your home/work/public, ICE arrests me/loved one
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iAmerica: Know Your Rights InfographicsEnglish, Spanish, Polish, Korean, Tagalog, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese, Haitian-Creole, Khmer, HindiDownloadable infographics: ICE at my door, ICE stops me while driving, ICE at my workplace, ICE stops me outdoors, I'm a US citizen, what should I do if ICE detains me?
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IDP: ICE RaidsToolkit (2017) English44-Page Toolkit: 1) ICE deportation targets, 2) where and how ICE locates people in communities, 3) ICE arrest tactics, emergency preparedness for those at risk of deportation, and 4) legal challenges to ICE
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We are CASA: Know Your Rights Booklet (2017)English, SpanishExtensive booklet: Step-by-step guide, checklist, valid vs. invalid warrant samples, child information catalog worksheet, emergency phone numbers chart and KYR card to cut out.
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IDP: Immigration Arrests & Raids (2017)EnglishQ and A format. 1) what to do if ICE comes into your home, 2) what to know and expect about ICE arrrests in the community, 3) what if my loved one has been arrested by ICE
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IDP: Know Your Rights InfographicsEnglish, Spanish6 Slides: Who's at risk? Lies ICE Tells; ICE at My Door; ICE in my Home
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CHIRLA video: Know Your Rights (2007)Spanglish9-Minute video. Examples of how to react to a worksite raid, vehicle stop, or home arrest
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House Arrests
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IDP: Home Raids Poster (2019)English, Spanish, French, Korean, Simpl. Mandarin, Trad. Mandarin, Tagalog2-Pager: Printable questionnaire in case loved one is arrested at home; Protect your rights advice
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IDP: What to Do if ICE Comes to Your Home (Video 2017)Spanglish2-Minute Video: Proper warrant, Things to say, What to do/not do
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Workplace Raids
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NILC: Immigration Enforcment at Workplaces (2017)Chinese, English, Korean, Spanish, ThaiThis guide explains: 1) the most common immigration actions affecting employers, 2) recommendations for how employers can prepare, 3) employers’ rights and responsibilities, and 4) what employers can do after an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) action.
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AILA: Workplace Raids Action Plan (2007)EnglishThese materials do not relate to preventing ICE workplace enforcement actions. Rather, this packet is designed to aid chapters in preparing for possible raids in their area and in acting once a raid has occurred.
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AFL-CIO: We Will Defend and ResistEnglish200pg toolkit covering I-9 audits, workplace ICE raids, SSA no match letters, immigration-related protections for union contracts
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AFL-CIO: Know Your Workplace RightsEnglish, SpanishForming a union, protecting and defending your rights as a worker
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Vehicle Stops
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Alto Trump: What to do if ICE stop you on the street or in a public place (2017)English, SpanishIncludes graphics, what to do if ice detains you
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Alto Trump: General KYR extended version (2017)English, Spanish
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ACLU: What to do if you're stopped by police, immigration agents, or the FBI (2016)English, Arabic, Chinese, Creole, Farsi, French, Indonesian, Korean, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu, VietnameseThis card provides tips for interacting with police and understanding your rights.
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NDLON: Vehicle Stops Video (2010)Spanish4-minute video: Asserting your rights if you are stopped by police
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Airports
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ACLU: KYR - Enforcement at AirportsEnglishKnow your rights guide with Customs Agents at the airport and other ports of entry in the U.S.
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Public Space/Transportation
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IDP: What to do if ICE Comes to Your Home (Video 2017)Spanglish2-Minute Video: Things to say, What to do/not do, Right to remain silent, Know your rights
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Safe Zones
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NILC: Helathcare Providers and Immigration Enforcement (2017)EnglishFactsheet: provides advice to hospitals, medical centers, community health centers, & advocates on how to prepare for & respond to (a) enforcement actions by immigration & (b) interactions with law enforcement that could result in immigration consequences for their patients.
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NILC: Immigrants' Participation in Protest (2017)English, SpanishIncludes: 1) what rights do workers have to engage in protest actions? 2) may workers be disciplined or fired for engaging in protests? 3) what are best practices for protecting immigrant workers who participate in protests?
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Farmworker Justice: Steps I can take to be prepared for immigration enforcement (2017)English, SpanishHaving all important information and documents, finding immigration legal help, family and children planning
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ACLU: Limitations on DHS Immigration Enforcement Actions at Sensitive Locations (2017)EnglishPlaces where DHS should not enforce immigration laws (and exceptions). What to do if you believe enforcement action was inconsistent with this memo.
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Educators for Fair Consideration (2017)EnglishDifferent guides for: 1) protecting undocumented students, 2) what educators can do post-election, 3) understanding sanctuary school and safe zone movement, 4) parent guides
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Arrests
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ACLU: Know Your Rights - Immigrants' RightsEnglish, Arabic, Chinese, Creole, Farsi, French, Indonesian, Korean, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu, VietnameseExtensive guide providing tips for interacting with police/ICE and understanding your rights in several situations.
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UFCW West: Know Your Rights (2017)EnglishWhat to do when immigration comes to your home/arrests you, information ICE can use against you (what not to do)
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NIJC: KYR for Unaccompanied Immigrant Children (2014)English, French, Hindi, Mandarin, Punjabi, Somali, SpanishQ and A format. Rights in detention centers, finding an attorney, deportation
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NIJC: KYR for Detained Adults (2013)English, Spanish, French, Urdu, ArabicExplains the court process, convictions, post-conviction relief, citizenship process
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NIJC: KYR for LGBT Immigrants (2009)English, Spanish, French, Mandarin, ArabicSteps in gaining asylum, establishing fear persecution, u-visa relief. Specifically for detained immigrants who are LGBT or HIV positive
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NIP: I Am in Immigration Detention… What Are My rights?EnglishArrests, where you are taken, what happens to belongings and family, where to find an attorney, how to report detention conditions
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CREEC: Rights of Immigration Detainees with DisabilitiesEnglish
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NAPAWF: What to Do if a Loved One is DetainedEnglish, Khmer, Vietnamese, ThaiInfocards (Located in the "What to Do If..." Section): Guide on locating detainee, phone calls, visitation, finding legal help, and bond hearings
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Fingerprinting
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IDP: What are Some Ways that ICE May Know About Me? (2018)English
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Creating a Safety Plan
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ACLU: Create an Emergency Plan (2019)English, Spanish, Haitian-Creole3-page, printable form to maintain emergency contact information and keep in a safe place.
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ILRC: Family Preparedness Plan (2018)English, Spanish, Chinese10-page, detailed family-based plan: Printable document checklist, authorization affidavit, childcare information
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Alto Trump: Know what to do if you are arrested (2017)English, SpanishSteps to take when arrested: be prepared, do not authorize, don't go htrough it alone, know your rights
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Alto Trump: What to do if a loved one is arrested (2017)English, SpanishHelp finding a lawyer
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IDP: Emergency Preparedness Plan Guide (2018)English, SpanishFull Guide: Meet with a lawyer, medical, childcare, finances, advocacy, raids preparation.
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IDP: How to Prepare if You're at Risk of Deportation (2017)SpanglishShort video on what to prepare: documents, child care, financials.
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Informed Immigrant: Know Your Rights & Family Preparedness (2017)EnglishInformational video on: creating a safety plan, what to do when ICE is at your door, your rights outside your home.
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NILC: Prepare for Raids and Protect Yourself (2016)English, Spanish1-Pager: Basic protections, finding a person in detention, finding legal help
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NIJC: KYR - Preparing for ICE Raids and Other Immigration Enforcement Actions (2016)English, SpanishKnow your legal options; Know your safety plan (with Illinois & Indiana childcare resources); Informational video; other resources
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Women's Refugee Commission: Guide to Preventing Family Separations (2014)EnglishHow to prepare for a possible deportation, what to do if you are detained.
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SHU: How to Prepare for an Immigration Raid in New Jersey (2009)EnglishArrangements you can make before a raid occurs, know your rights and options during and after a raid.
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Community Defense
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ILRC: What Immigrant Families Should Do NOW (2017)English, Spanish, Korean, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Tagalog, Vietnamese2-Pager: Provides outline for precautions/safety plan and outside resources. Also provides information for allies.
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FFI: Resources for Families Facing Detention or at Risk of DeportationEnglishResources for circumstances: Finding a detained loved one, finding a court date, free legal referrals, bond assistance, wrongful deportation.
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IDP: Learn About Immigration RaidsEnglish, SpanishInformational resources: ICE raids tactics map, raids toolkit, raids booklet, ICE out of courthouses, etc.
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Mijente: Community Defense Zone (2017)EnglishThis document lays out a roadmap for setting up Community Defense Zone campaigns in local communities
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NILC: How to Be Prepared for an Immigration Raid (2007)EnglishPreparing individuals, groups, and communities
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NIP: Raid Community Safety Plan (2007)EnglishWhy we need community defense, designed to be adaptable for small towns or underfunded cities.
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IDP: Resources for Communities
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Finding a Legal Represenative
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UFW Guide to Finding a Legal RepresentativeEnglish, SpanishChecklist
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Informed Immigrant: Find a Service Organization Near YouEnglish, SpanishSearch Engine: 1,200+ orgs for - legal help, healthcare access, mental health support, financial assistance, & community action/organizing.
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NIJC: How to Avoid Immigration FraudEnglish, SpanishInformational guide on current immigration myths and how to avoid fraud; What to do if you fall victim to fraud
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AILA: Immigration Lawyer SearchEnglishGuided search to find local lawyers; includes FAQ section with links.
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NLG: National Immigation Project - Finding an AttorneyEnglishImmigration attorney directory listed by state.
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IAN: National Immigration Legal Services DirectoryEnglishSearch engine providing access to free or low-cost attorney assistance near your zip code or near a detention center.
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Immigration Law HelpEnglish
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US DOJ: List of Pro Bono Legal Service ProvidersEnglishGovernment page containing a list of pro bono legal assistance by state.
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US DOJ: List of Accredited RepresentativesEnglish
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Advocates/Allies/Loved Ones
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NILC/TIRRC - Lessons from East Tennessee: A Toolkit for Organizations Responding to Mass Worksite Immigration Raids (2019)English (some Spanish)100+ Page Toolkit: Provides information for employers to prepare for possible raids, history on successful events, and printables at the end.
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FIRM: Community Raids Preparedness Checklist (2007)EnglishPreparing in different spaces: legal, services, organizing and media.
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ILRC: Resources for Schools (2016)EnglishWhat can schools do to help? Includes resources with links to printable sheets for parents and students.
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IDP: Supporting Your Loved One in their Immigration Bond Hearing English, Spanish3-D Flipbook
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IDP: Immigration Raids and What You Can DoEnglishLists of Resources: Learn About Raids, Defend Community, Train Community Members
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IDP: ICE Raids FOIAEnglishManuals, memos, and training materials on how ICE is directed to conduct raids
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ILRC: KYR - A California Train the Trainer ToolkitEnglish49-Page Booklet Sections: Putting Together a KYR Presentation; KYR Substantive Topics; Protecting Against Fraud
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Freedom for Immigrants: REUNITE - Help Find My Family (Secure)English, SpanishTool to help locate a family member after they have been detained. Freedom for Immigrants uses a secure server to keep information safe.
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Freedom for Immigrants: National Visitation NetworkEnglishAccess to nationwide organizations that visit immigrant detainees.
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