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We're living in a time where both citizens and immigrants have worries about ICE. With stories around the country about immigration raids and bias in immigration courts, people in South Dakota want to know how to handle ICE.
What happens if ICE comes to your home? Can you afford immigration bail bonds in South Dakota? What should you say when they ask about your legal status?
All of these are important questions, and we're going to do what we can to make sure that you're prepared to handle a home visit from ICE.
Get ready for a quick guide on how to handle ICE agents at your home.
What To Do During An ICE Visit
The most important thing to remember during a visit from ICE is to stay calm. Dealing with immigration can be stressful, but staying as calm as possible can help improve the situation.
Also, if you're concerned about visits from ICE, consider looking into obtaining a green card or work visa. Now would also be a great time to find an immigration lawyer you can call with questions and problems.
Now that we've covered the basics, be sure to keep these tips in mind when you're dealing with ICE agents.
Keep The Door Closed
ICE may be knocking on your door, but that doesn't mean that you have to immediately let them in.
Once you hear the knock, keep the door closed and ask if they're from ICE or if they're immigration agents. Also, ask what they're there for.
It's important to keep in mind that opening a door doesn't give people permission to enter, but it's still safer to speak to ICE agents through the door.
It's okay to ask for an interpreter if the agents don't speak English. If agents want to enter your home, ask them if they have a warrant that's signed by a judge.
If ICE agents don't have a signed warrant, you can legally refuse to open the door or let them inside your home.
Remember, an administrative warrant of removal from immigration authorities isn't enough to enter your home. It needs to be signed by a judge to be legitimate.
Retrieve Any Important Paper Work
You never know when ICE will come knocking, that's why it's important to have all important documentation on hand in case they come.
Put together a file of all of your important paperwork. Pay stubs, green cards, work visas, and anything that can help prove your identity can be helpful.
Be sure to gather important paperwork for your spouse and kids as well, and to keep everything together in an easily accessible place.
This paperwork can mean the difference between a quick trial and a long and drawn out process if you're arrested.
Many people aren't aware that undocumented are legally allowed to post bail and be released from jail. If you or a loved one has been taken by ICE, it's time to look into bail bonds.
Bail bonds can mean the difference between being at home and spending weeks in jail waiting for court.
Tell The Truth
One of the worst things you can do during an ICE arrest is to lie about anything involving your immigration status.
Lying about citizenship or your immigration status can permanently prevent you from becoming a legal citizen in the country. This includes showing a fake passport or birth certificate or verbally lying about your legal status to agents.
You now know the right way to handle a visit from ICE and that you're entitled to apply for immigration bail bonds in South Dakota. You're ready to handle ICE, and now it's time to think about other ways to stay safe and protect your loved ones.
Do you have any questions about immigration or bail bonds? Read our FAQ page so you can get answers to your most important questions.
Our agents can tell you more about your particular needs.
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