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What should I do if immigration agents arrive at my house?

If you're not a full United States citizen, and immigration agents come to your door, it could strike terror in your heart given recent events in which legal and undocumented residents were unexpectedly arrested by immigration authorities. If you're facing a situation like this, and immigration agents are knocking on your door and ringing your doorbell, here is some important information that will help you navigate this circumstance:

Is a voluntary departure right for your deportation case?

The current presidential administration has ramped up immigration law enforcement to such a strict degree that foreign nationals living in the United States are getting arrested at a terrifying pace. Even permanent residents with green cards, who have lived in the United States for decades are at risk of getting arrested by ICE agents. However, the people who are most at risk of deportation are the many undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States.

Voluntary departure: A last resort deportation option

If you were arrested for an immigration violation and are facing the threat of deportation, you'll have various legal options that you can pursue to try and prevent your deportation. However, in some circumstances, you might want to apply for voluntary departure if you think a deportation is likely and you have a sufficient support system waiting for you in your nation of origin.

White House incarcerates 1,600 immigrants in federal prison

The White House announced that it is moving as many as 1,600 immigrants waiting for deportation hearings to federal prison. The transfer of immigrants reveals how many undocumented residents of the United States have already been arrested under the current presidential administration and its efforts to implement a tighter fist on immigration control.

Class-action lawsuit alleges forced labor for detainees

Many people assume that once a convict or detainee heads to prison or detention center, his or her primary concern is simply attempting to prison life and working towards re-entering society. While these things are true, in a sense, the rights and privileges of prisoners and detainees are still a serious civil rights concern, especially when those rights get exploited or violated. For immigration detainees, this is especially troubling, because they often have fewer rights under the law in general.

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