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January 2016

Para muchos inmigrantes, legales o indocumentados, una interacción con (ICE) los oficiales de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas puede ser una experiencia desgarradora y aterrador. Afortunadamente, hay una serie de derechos que todas las personas dentro de las fronteras de América tienen derecho independientemente de su estado. En primer lugar, lo más importante que uno puede hacer es ser conscientes de estos derechos para prevenir la intimidación y la manipulación. Si un oficial está en la puerta o en su casa reclamando ser de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas o un departamento de policía local lo primero que uno debe hacer

For many immigrants, regardless of status, an interaction with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers can be a harrowing and frightening experience. Fortunately, there are a number of rights that all people within American borders are entitled to regardless of status. First and foremost, the most important thing one can do is be aware of these rights to prevent intimidation and manipulation. If an officer is at the door of your home claiming to be from either Immigration and Customs Enforcement or a local police department the first thing one should do is keep the door closed and request identification. All law

For America’s undocumented immigrant community, the hardest part is often living in the shadows. Without access to public services or basic protections that so many Americans take for granted, it is easy for such individuals to feel isolated and alone. This is doubly true for children without documentation who must suffer under the weight of their illegal status through no fault of their own, having been brought by family to the country when they were still minors, if not infants. But the Obama administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has made great strides towards integrating and protecting this vulnerable