- Don't open the door but be calm. You have rights.
- Ask what they are they for. Ask for an interpreter if you need one.
- If they ask to enter, ask if they have a warrant signed by a judge. If they do, ask them to show it to you through a window or slipped under the door.
- If they do NOT have a warrant signed by a judge, you may refuse to let them in. Ask them to leave any information at your door.
- If they force their way in, don't resist. Tell everyone in the residence to remain silent.
- If you are arrested, remain silent and do not sign anything until you speak to a lawyer.
NOTE: An ICE administrative warrant (form I-200, I-205) does not allow them to enter your home without your consent.