Assistance for Families Concerned about Immigration Enforcement
How my office can help
FAMILIES CONCERNED ABOUT IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT
The Family Preparedness Plan explains steps that people who are undocumented can take to keep their children safe. It includes information regarding how to develop a child care plan in addition to important forms and documents that families can have ready. It is always important to store backup copies of these documents in a safe place. The toolkit also includes information on where to find immigration legal assistance, and guidance on how to avoid immigration scams.
My office might be able to help you obtain the federal documents necessary for a comprehensive plan. Please call my staff at 860-223-8412 to learn more about how we can assist with:
- Birth certificates;
- Naturalization certificates;
- Marriage license (we might also be able to help folks married abroad);
- A-Number: your Alien Registration Number (found on your immigration documents, including a work permit, green card, visa, and any USCIS or ICE documents);
- Social security card or ITIN number;
- Registry of birth (for children born abroad)
Make sure to keep a file of all of the above documents or a copy of these documents in a safe place. Alert your children, family members and standby guardian as to where they can find this file in an emergency.
Our office might also be able to assist you with the following:
- Obtaining foreign or domestic passports for your children;
- Locating a family member in an ICE detention center;
- Verifying if an attorney is authorized to immigrations law.
Again, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 860-223-8412 for more information.