Now more than ever it is important to be aware of immigrant rights and community resources.   Below are links to "Know Your Rights" resources and organizations that advocate for immigrant rights. Please be aware that the resource information below constitutes general information and is not legal advice. For a full understanding of what legal rights apply in your specific circumstances, please contact a reputable attorney.

Community Resources

Isaiah MN

United We Dream

Immigrant Law Center of MN

ACLU: Immigrant Rights

Know Your Rights

National Immigrant Law Center: Advice on Protecting Yourself and Knowing Your Rights (English), Employer Pamphlet "What to Do if Immigration Comes to Your Workplace" (English)

ACLU: What to do if you are involved in a house raid (Spanish)

Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid: Safety Planning Cards (English) and (Spanish)

United We Dream: What to Do if ICE Comes to Your Door (English)

Legal Council for Youth and Children: Immigrant Safety Plans for Youth and Children (English)

Be Not Afraid: Family Safety Planning Toolkit (English)

AILA: Rights of Legal Permanent Residents at Point of Entry (English)

Statements by Local Government Offices/Departments on Immigration

City of Louis Park: "Resolution Supporting All Members of the St. Louis Park Community." (English)

Minneapolis Police Department: "MPD Statement on it's role in Immigration." (English and Spanish)

St. Paul Police Department: St. Paul Police Community Engagement Unit Video (English and Spanish)