• June 22, 2019

Know Your Rights During An Immigration Emergency

Know Your Rights During An Immigration Emergency

Know Your Rights During An Immigration Emergency 150 150 Office of Immigrant Affairs

UPDATED July 11, 2019

This weekend the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA) and its Office of Immigrant Affairs (OIA) will open four dedicated help lines to assist residents by answering questions and addressing concerns in the wake of federal plans to step up immigration enforcement action. Southern California callers can be connected to local legal aid resources, County services, and can learn more about how your family should respond in the event of an immigration emergency. 

CONTACT THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS WEEKEND HOTLINES

(SPECIAL LINES OPEN THIS WEEKEND ONLY FROM 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

213-974-2998

213-974-3048

213-974-3012

213-974-3005

If you need help outside of our operating hours, please contact the Regional Rapid Response Network hotlines:
Los Angeles Raids and Rapid Response Network
Hotline: 888-624-4752 (staffed 24/7)
Website: chirla.org/
Location: Only Los Angeles County

Boyle Heights Immigrant Rights Network
Rapid Response Team Hotline: (323) 922-5644
Website: promesaboyleheights.org/promesa-immigrant-rights-network
Location: Only Boyle Heights Neighborhood (Los Angeles)

Koreatown Rapid Response Network
Hotline: (323) 894-1504
Website: facebook.com/koreatownpopularassembly/
Location: Only Koreatown Neighborhood (Los Angeles)

OIA urges residents to know their rights during an immigration emergency. You have certain rights and protections under the U.S. Constitution. If an immigration agent comes to your home, workplace, or stops you on the street, know your rights:

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