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Immigration Resources

 

RESOURCES FOR ANYONE FACING IMMIGRATION ISSUES

If you are facing immigration issues or have witnessed someone being picked up by ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) personnel or a Border Patrol vehicle, contact the following organizations/people in the following order:

Michigan Immigrations Rights Center [MIRC]
The HOTLINE number is 734-239-6863.  The hotline is for anyone who sees an ICE or Border Patrol vehicle, witnesses an interaction between those personnel and anyone in our community, or has a family member detained.  They can help locate where the person has been taken and provide recommendations for legal services.

ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union, Michigan
2966 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201 Phone: 313-578-6800

Representative Debbie Dingell's office who can take up the case from a federal side.  It is important even if you're not looking for assistance from the Congresswoman that her office can track the number of cases of people being detained.  Her Ypsilanti office is located at 301 W Michigan Ave, Ste 400, Ypsilanti, MI 48197  Phone: 734-481-1100