Know-Your-Rights for Children and Youth
The manuals below are intended to provide basic information to give immigrants an understanding of their rights under U.S. law during immigration proceedings or if they are arrested and detained by the Department of Homeland Security. The information in these manuals should not be considered legal advice, and detained immigrants and their loved ones are encouraged to seek qualified legal advice from the National Immigrant Justice Center or another credible organization.
What do I do after leaving ORR custody?
- View webinar slides on the court process
- Informational letters:
- How to change your address and court venue with the court and the government
- Motion for Change of Venue - This document is intended to serve only as a guide for unaccompanied children seeking to change their venue. Other sources, including an immigration attorney, should be consulted.
- Form E33/IC -- Change of Address (choose the court that currently has your case)
- Non-Detained Court and DHS Office of the Chief Counsel Address List
- List of low-cost and free immigration legal service providers