f you witness ICE activity or ICE comes to your door, please call the Colorado Rapid Response Network Hotline. It is available 24/7 at (844) 864-8341 to answer any questions or concerns you may have; confirmers speak Spanish and English.
When working with immigrant and refugee Communities, check out these resources which include toolkits, informational pages and guides for the areas of Education, Employment, Health, Housing and Resettlement, Legal, and Safety.
Download the No-Match Letter Toolkit for Employers and Workers from our Partners at the National Immigrant Law Center (NILC).
Starting in the new year, undocumented immigrants in Colorado can use a Social Security number (SSN) to obtain a driver's license.
Starting in the new year, undocumented immigrants in Colorado can renew their driver’s licenses online.
Living in Limbo: A Guide to Understanding Your Rights, Benefits, and Obligations When you Have No Immigration Status
Our latest guide, Living in Limbo, produced in collaboration with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center, United We Dream, Immigrants Rising (formerly known as E4FC), and UndocuMedia will help you understand your rights, benefits, and obligations if you have no immigration status in the United States.
Do you plan on seeking legal help for your immigration case? It's important to be careful about what kind of legal help you get, remember, the wrong legal help can hurt! Make sure you don’t get scammed by rumors, notarios and fraud.
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