One of the most unpleasant aspects of being detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) department as someone who is not a legal citizen of the United States is not knowing what to expect. Some non-citizens dread being deported back to their home country, while others fear being detained in prison or a detention centre permanently.
Fortunately, the 5th Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees certain rights to all people, regardless of their citizenship status. This implies that there are laws governing how Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), police personnel, and courts handle non-citizen arrests and detentions. As a result, most non-citizens in immigration detention have the right to have their case heard before an immigration court before a final removal order (or deportation) is issued.
Following an initial arrest, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will determine whether the immigrant should be imprisoned in a contracted prison or an ICE detention centre. Immigration agents may decide that a non-citizen does not need to be detained in particular instances. Instead, they will need them to report to the office on a regular basis and may employ an ankle monitor to track their movements.
If the non-citizen is detained, ICE will decide whether or not to pursue legal action against them in an attempt to deport them. If a non-citizen fears for their safety if they return to their home country, this should be brought up as soon as feasible. These people might be eligible for asylum.
How you can get help
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