The resources in this library offer legal information and ways to connect with legal or social services that may be helpful to people in the immigration process.

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Legal Information for Unaccompanied Children

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Legal Information for Adults in ICE Custody

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Legal and Social Services Resources

These publications provide basic information on immigration law, your rights, and the instructions on a variety of processes. Under no circumstance do they constitute legal advice.


Legal Information for Unaccompanied Children

ProBAR has created these resources as guides specifically for unaccompanied children and youth and for the sponsors who support them. The documents are available in Spanish.

Kids In Need of Defense offers the Child Migrant Return and Reintegration Program to help Guatemalan and Honduran children return home safely and has established partnerships with local organizations to assist in their return and reintegration.


The Commission on Immigration collaborated with four young adults from Central America who entered the United States as unaccompanied youth to create Tu Futuro, Tu Voz” (Your Future, Your Voice). The video shares their experiences as a resource for children currently undergoing immigration proceedings.  


Legal Information for Adults in ICE Custody

Self-Help Guides from EOIR

 The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) has created a library of self-help guides to assist people in ICE custody to understand their removal proceedings, different forms of immigration relief, and their rights during the proceedings.

Guides by the ABA Commission on Immigration

These materials were created by the American Bar Association’s Commission on Immigration to support immigrants without representation to navigate the immigration system.

Resources from Women’s Refugee Commission

Women’s Refugee Commission offers an abundance of resources for families facing deportation or separation. The following links to a guide with information on familial rights and what to do when separated at the border and what to do when arrested by ICE inside the United States.


Legal and Social Services Resources

These resources provide ways to search for free legal information or an organization offering pro bono legal assistance. They also contain hotlines to connect you with social services for survivors of violence, mental health resources, or services for people experiencing other challenges. Some of these resources are specific to a particular location; others offer information or services for people throughout the United States.

Texas Law Help dot org logo
Provides free legal information and court forms for certain civil legal problems.
Immigration Advocates Network logo
Offers a National Legal Services Directory to search by state, county, or detention facility for nonprofit organizations that provide free or low-cost immigration legal services.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children logo
Offers support and resources to families with missing children as well as ways to report seeing a missing child.
The Trevor Project logo
Supports LGBTQ youth through crisis intervention and suicide prevention services which can be accessed confidentially by phone, online chat, or by text.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration logo
Free hotline to connect people with information and resources for themselves or their loved ones struggling with mental health and/or substance abuse.
National Runaway Safeline logo
Connects callers by phone, live chat, or email with resources to help children, teens, and families.
RAINN organization logo
Operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline and offers confidential support services to survivors with the help of local service providers.
National Domestic Violence Hotline logo
Operates a confidential hotline to talk to someone about your relationship and receive support and guidance about options for staying safe.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline logo
Hotline that offers resources and support and connects you to a provider to talk confidentially about concerns for yourself or a loved one’s safety & wellness.
National Human Trafficking Hotline logo
Connects survivors of sex and labor trafficking with services and support to get help and stay safe through phone, text, and online live chat.
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