What are your constitutional rights if an immigration officer stops you?
June 26th, 2017
Every individual in the United States have rights, regardless of their legal status. These constitutional rights are stipulated and written in the U.S. Constitution, and in particular, in the First 10 Amendments. Any law or act in contradiction to the Constitution is unlawful and therefore, invalid.
The next infographic explains how you can apply some of those constitutional rights if an immigration officer (ICE) stops you in the street or goes to your home and asks you about your immigration status:
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The FitzGerald Law Company Team