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ICIE CAN NOT HELP EVERYONE

Our scope of work at ICIE is limited to issues that involve the Constitution of the United States, Extreme Family Separation and Humanitarian Concerns. ICIE is more than happy to direct any foreign national in need to other resources that may be able to help them.

 

How to help yourself?

Get the media involved

Take every notes of all meeting and who you met with

Ask questions at all times

Not all immigration attorneys are the same

It does not hurt to ask

Online research in clouding case law

Never cover up some event that maybe an embarrassment

Save all criminal court documents

Foreign nationals do have rights

 

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List Below are some helpful websites to get you aide. We have included both local and national organizations:

USCIS – Find Help In Your Community

ICE – Contact ICE

Department of Justice – EOIR Immigration Court Listing, Dallas, TX

ACLU – American Civil Liberties Union

AILA – American Immigration Lawyers Association

Human Rights Initiative of North Texas

Common Sense Immigration

RAICES – Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services

Harvard Law School Library – Immigration Refugee and Advocacy

Farmworker Justice – Advocacy and Programs

Immigration Forum

Southern Poverty Law Center – Get Informed

Northwestern University Buffett Institute – The Deportation Research Clinic

IOM – International Organization for Migration