The following self-help guides provide information on immigration removal proceedings and several common forms of relief from removal (deportation). The guides are tailored to assist individuals in immigration court proceedings and are available in all immigration courts. NOTE: the guides should be used for general informational purposes only and are not a substitute for legal advice. CLICK HERE for the self-help guides.
If you are worried about what will happen to your children if you are detained or deported, you should make a family preparedness plan. There is no cost to utilize any of the documents contained in the CT Family Preparedness Plan, and neither attorneys nor court action are needed. The plan is available in several languages. CLICK HERE
The Immigration and Nationality Act prohibits employers when hiring or discharging from discriminating because of national origin against U.S. citizens or immigrants with work authorization: permanent residents (Green Card holders), temporary residents (that is, individuals who have gone through the legalization program), refugees, and asylees. CLICK HERE to learn rights and responsibilities.