Resource Library

Need practical tips to help your family through the detention and deportation system?

Click below to find our latest materials to fight deportation. Keep in mind, these materials are not meant to substitute legal advice. They are a way for us, as families fighting together, to help one another and educate our communities.

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Insecure Communities, Devastated Families: New Data on Immigrant Detention and Deportation Practices in New York City
Toolkit for Action: Stop Secure Communities in New York
JUSTICE DETAINED, JUSTICE DENIED: Immigration and Customs Enforcement Prevents Immigrants from Fighting Unlawful Criminal Convictions
Smuggled into Exile: Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Practice of Deporting Non-citizens without Valid Travel Documents
Secure Communities
The report “Justice Detained, Justice Denied: Immigration and Customs Enforcement Prevents Immigrants from Fighting Unlawful Criminal Convictions,” authored by the Immigrant Rights Clinic at New York University School of Law and commissioned by Families for Freedom
JUSTICE DETAINED, JUSTICE DENIED: Immigration and Customs Enforcement Prevents Immigrants from Fighting Unlawful Criminal Convictions
Noah Story: Smuggled into Exile
Know Your Rights
Financial Handbook for Families Facing Detention & Deportation
Uncovering USBP
Executive Summary-Smuggled into Exile: Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Practice of Deporting Non-citizens without Valid Travel Documents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Justice Detained, Justice Denied  Immigration and Customs Enforcement Prevents Immigrants from Fighting Unlawful Criminal Convictions
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Deportation 101 Manual