Raids rapid response

Raids Rapid Response

Learn what steps to take after a raid* to verify it, get critical information, and plan for legal representation

What to do when someone you know is picked up by ICE

Visiting a loved one in detention

Getting a lawyer from the City (NYIFUP)

Final order of deportation and Stay of Removal

*Raid: We use “raid” to mean any U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrest in the community, regardless of whether ICE is targeting one individual for arrest or whether they are questioning anyone in a given place.
By calling either one a “raid,” we recognize the trauma that ICE actions inflict on not only an individual arrested but also to witnesses, family members and communities. We often use the term “raid” interchangeably with “arrest.”

About us

Make the Road New York (MRNY) is a 20,000+ member community organization that builds the power of immigrant and working communities to achieve dignity and justice by using four core strategies: community organizing, policy innovation, transformative education and provision of survival services.

MRNY has storefront community centers in the immigrant enclaves of Bushwick, Brooklyn; Jackson Heights, Queens; Port Richmond, Staten Island; and Brentwood, Long Island, and our members and participants come from across New York City, Long Island, and Westchester.

Raids Rapid Response

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