DREAM Center at College of San Mateo - ICE - What to do
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ICE - What to do

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What to do if ICE comes to your door

Know your rights! Protect yourself against immigration raids.

Are you prepared if Immigration & Customs Enforcement agents approach you? Download your Deportation Defense Card to know your rights & call our hotline (1-844-363-1423) to report ICE activity.

How to Download

  • For iPhone and Android: Hold your finger on the photo and hold for 3 seconds then click Save Image
  • For Mac and PC users: Right-Click on the image above and click “Save Image As”.

How to use your card

Be sure to save the card to your phone to have handy in case you need it. Share it with anybody who you think might need it. Call the hotline to report ICE activity in your community.

If you witnessed ICE activity in your community

  • Contact San Mateo County first responders at (203) NOMIGRA or (203) 666-4472
  • Report them to our hotline ASAP! Call 1-844-363-1423 and share this information to protect your community from detention and deportation!


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