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AILA Doc. No. 07090562 | Dated September 5, 2007
AILA Raids Action Plan Resources
ICE detention facilities. A list, created by ICE, of detention facilities that ICE operates or through contacts with federal agencies.
ICE Detention Operations Manual. This document should be reviewed before entering detention facilities, in order to ascertain compliance with ICE detention standards.
American Bar Association (ABA) Summary of ICE Detention Standards. This document should be reviewed before entering detention facilities, in order to ascertain compliance with ICE detention standards. (Provided courtesy of the ABA).
AILF Practice Advisory on bonds. This advisory was published in 2003 and relates to bond issues in general. It does not have a specific focus on raids issues.
AILF - Litigation Relating to ICE Raids. Links to raids-related federal court pleadings and orders.
Sample Raids-Related Intake Form. Form developed by AILA Colorado for intake after a raid.
AILA Member Resources. A list of members listed who have engaged in activities related to workplace raids and have agreed to serve as a resource for Chapters preparing for, or responding to, raids in their communities. Feel free to contact them for legal, organizing, and strategic information.
Pro se materials. Self-help guides to understanding and documenting applications for relief from removal. In English and Spanish. (Provided by Florence Immigration Rights Project)
What Happens to Children Caught up in Immigration Enforcement Activities. Memo prepared by Julianne Duncan, Ph.D., of United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Media materials: AILA Press Release regarding Raids.
Media materials: AILA Sample Raids Op-Ed.
AILA Message Center on Raids. Use this to communicate with other members on raids issues.
Embassies in the U.S. Members can contact embassies through this list to locate consulates in their communities.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 07090562.