1. You do not have to open the door. You do not have to open the door of letting the officers into your home unless they have a valid search warrant signed by a judge.
Note: An ICE deportation order is not the same as a search warrant. Ask them to show you the search warrant and slide it under the door or hold it up to a window so you can see it.
2. You have the right to remain silent. You do not need to speak to the immigration officers or answer any questions. However, please let them know that you are exercising your right.
3. You have the right to speak to a lawyer. If you are detained or taken into custody, you have the right to immediately contact a lawyer. Even if you do not have a lawyer, you may tell the immigration officers that you want to speak to one.
4. Similarly, you can refuse to sign any document that you do not understand its content.