Know Your Rights Resources

The following NCAPA members and community resource sites have compiled Know Your Rights resources and what to do if you are stopped by police or law enforcement. The resources are available in various languages:


Asian Americans Advancing Justice: Know Your Rights Resources for Immigration

(Available in English, Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese, Gujarati, Hindi, Karen, Khmer, Korean, Nepali, Punjabi, Urdu, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Thai, Spanish)


  • Multilingual Hotlines
  • DACA
  • ICE Visits
  • Know Your Rights Cards
  • Workplace Immigration Raids
  • Public Charge
  • Digital Data & Social Media
  • AMEMSA Communities
  • Muslim Ban & Travel


National Korean American Service & Education Consortium: Know Your Rights

(Available in English, Korean)

Resources: Immigration Rapid Response Plan

  • Bilingual (Korean/English) Hotline: 1-844-500-3222
  • Bilingual and culturally competent Know Your Rights Information
  • Access to a network of pro-bono attorneys and mental health providers
  • YouTube webisodes with Know Your Rights information and policy updates
  • Downloadable Know Your Rights Phone app


South Asian Americans Leading Together: Detained Immigrants “Know Your Rights” Resources

(Available in English, Bangla, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu)


  • Migra (Immigration Enforcement) Hotline: 1-844-363-1423
  • Phone apps
  • Preparing family members or support system
  • When ICE approaches you or a community member
  • What to do if at work or if you are an employer
  • Bond and legal support
  • Community response resources
  • Regional resources (Northern California and California Bay Area, Southern California Rapid Response Networks)


Southeast Asian Raids: Resources for Refugees Facing Deportation to Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos

(Available in English, Vietnamese, Khmer, and Hmong)


  • Southeast Asian Hotline 1-415-952-0413
  • Country information (Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam)
  • Resources (Get Legal Help, Know Your Rights, Request Your File, Request Release from Detention, Filing a Habeas Petition)
  • FAQs


National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum: Know Your Rights Materials/Advisories

(Available in English, Thai, Vietnamese, Khmer)


  • Detention and Deportation
  • Public Charge Rule
  • Sexual Harassment in the Workplace



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