You have constitutional rights:

• DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR if an immigration agent is knocking on the door.

• DO NOT ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS from an immigration agent if they try to talk to you. You have the right to remain silent.

• DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING without first speaking to a lawyer. You have the right to speak with a lawyer.

• If you are outside of your home, ask the agent if you are free to leave and if they say yes, leave calmly.

Rapid Response Networks operate a 24/7 hotline for community members to report ICE activity. Bilingual dispatchers answer and respond to these calls by activating Legal Observers in real time to verify the reported ICE activity.

Rapid Response Networks can provide legal assistance to individuals who are at the ICE Processing center, detained, and those who need long-term representation.

Marin Rapid Response Network (MRRN)

West Marin Rapid Response Network (WMRRN)

North Bay Rapid Response Network (NBRRN)

Northern California Rapid Response Networks

Sacramento Rapid Response Network (SRRN)

Valley Watch Rapid Response Network (VWRRN)

True North Rapid Response  Network (TNRRN)

Services, Immigration Rights and Education Network (SIREN)

Bay Area

Alameda County Immigration Legal and Education Partnership (ACILEP)

San Francisco Rapid Response Network (SFRRN)

San Mateo Rapid Response Network (SMRRN)

Santa Clara County Rapid Response Network (SCCRRN)

Stand Together Contra Costa (STCC)

Central Coast

Monterey County Rapid Response Network (MCRRN)

Your Allied Rapid Response Network & Pajaro Valley Rapid Response (YARRN)