If ICE Agents Show Up at Your Door

ICE (Immigrations and Customs Enforcement) has been conducting raids throughout the US, and are arresting and deporting immigrants who are in the United States without a visa. The ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) recently posted information about what to do if ICE show up at your door:

This guide is to help connect immigrants and immigrant families who are affected by these raids with resources in Arapahoe County. It is our hope that by presenting these resources individuals, families, friends and neighbors who are, or know someone who has been affected by these raids can have a guide for reference. Please note that only lawyers can make legal recommendations in situations like these, and Arapahoe Library District does not have any lawyers on our staff. However, we have information about organizations who can assist you, your family or your friend(s).

RMIAN- Rocky Mountain Immigration Advocacy Network | 3489 W. 72nd Ave Suite 211
Westminster, CO 80030

Hotline for detained individuals & family members: (303) 866-9308

Phone: (303) 433-2812


Rocky Mountain Immigration Advocate Network (RMIAN) is dedicated to providing legal services to immigrants throughout the Denver-Metro area. RMIAN has a hotline for detained individuals and family members if you or someone who you know has be detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. RMIAN does not accept walk-ins, so please make sure to call and schedule an appointment before going to their office.

JAMLAC- Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic | 913 N. Wyandot Street Denver, CO 80204

Phone: 303-839-1008


The Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic has immigrant lawyers on their attorney staff. JAMLAC offers legal consultations and provides full representation to some individuals on a case-by-case basis.

The Littleton Immigrant Resource Center | 6014 S. Datura St. Littleton, CO 80120



The Littleton Immigrant Resource Center has resources for immigrants who may need legal consultation from an immigration lawyer.

ACLU of Colorado | 303 E. 17th Ave., Suite 350 Denver, Co 80203

Email: intake@aclu-co.org


The ACLU of Colorado also provides legal assistance on a case-by-case basis. Legal assistance requests must be either emailed or faxed to the ACLU for a request to be assessed.

Colorado Consular Corps


The Colorado Consular Corps is a directory to help connect individuals to their home country consulate member. Consulate members can help connect individuals with resources and organizations.

CIRC ICE Incident Hotline: 844-864-8341

CIRC- the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, in collaboration with other volunteers, has created an ICE incident hotline where individuals, family member’s and friends can report if they witness ICE raiding or the deportation of families.

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