Community Resources to Respond to ICE

New Jersey residents and families are prepared to deal with ICE in their communities even as threats to escalate deportations and family separations increase. Here are some resources that you can use to prepare your community to respond effectively. In addition to NJAIJ resources listed above, see these resources below from member advocates in New Jersey, and national advocates. 

Sin papeles, sin miedo. 


KYR resources:


ACLU/Brooklyn Defender Services We Have Rights campaign:

Parental Rights Toolkit (from the Women’s Commission):

FAQ on sanctuary congregations:

Spread the word on social media:

A tweet from national ACLU:



KYR resources: 

Door Hangers:



The DIRE hotline number is 1-888-DIRE-SOS or in numbers - 1-888-347-3767. 
Be an Ally in Action:  

The deportation defense hotline from United We Dream is 1-844-363-1423 – use it if you witness an I.C.E. Raid or any other immigration activity in your community.

Volunteer legal services with We The Action, a digital platform that makes it easy for lawyers to find and volunteer for critical, impactful, and urgent legal needs. Lawyers can sign up to access projects here and nonprofits who need lawyers can sign up here.

Call on your Senators and Representatives to restrict funding to Border Patrol and ICE, which were responsible for family separation, the recent deaths of children in custody, and are now planning to terrorize families and communities across the country with raids. Dial 1-202-224-3121 to be connected now. 

Resources on ICE Raids

ICE launched its raids on immigrant communities throughout the country but our communities were well prepared and practiced their rights. ICE plans to continue its raids when our community is not on as high alert. Please prepare your community members to remain prepared and on alert for the long haul. Here is the link to NJAIJ and partner resources. Share this FB Live on Know Your Rights we did last week. (Spanish and English)