Immigration resources: Enforcement and court cases

Federal government resources

Immigration enforcement

ICE Detention Reporting and Information Line
For information on immigration enforcement and detention, basic immigration case information, reporting abuse or assault in detention, and more.

If asking the U.S. Federal Government for immigration status

If you receive a notice from the Department of Homeland Security

If looking for a family member or friend

Find someone detained by ICE | U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

A California court case can affect your immigration status. Learn more 
California state courts do not decide if you can stay in the United States, but what happens in a state court may affect your immigration status.

What happens in a California state court may help you if you are:

  • Under the age of 21 and have been separated from or hurt by a parent
  • The victim of a crime, domestic violence, sex trafficking, or labor trafficking

What happens in a California state court may negatively affect your immigration status if you are:

  • Found to have committed certain crimes or violated a restraining order

Ask your lawyer about how your case may affect your immigration status.

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