What do immigrants and others impacted need to know?
• Everyone has basic rights, no matter who is president.
• You have the right to remain silent. You may refuse to speak to immigration officers.
• Carry a know-your-rights card and any valid U.S. immigration document you have.
• Do not open your door unless the officer shows you a warrant signed by a judge.
• You have the right to speak to a lawyer. Before you sign anything, talk to a lawyer.
• Let ICE officers know if you have children, health problems, or other factors that may cause you or your family to suffer if you are arrested.
• Report and document raids and arrests. Call United We Dream’s hotline to report a raid: 1-844-363-1423.
Immigrants and Immigrant Advocate Resources:
Links Especially for Immigrants and Immigrant AdvocatesLinks Especially for Immigrants and Immigrant Advocate
Most federal and state laws providing worker protections apply to all workers - undocumented as well as documented workers. In most cases, undocumented workers have the right to workers' compensation, safe workplaces, union membership, prompt payment of wages, and overtime pay. However, unemployment benefits and many forms of public assistance are not available to undocumented workers.
New Hampshire Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health