Immigration Hotlines


NNIRR is gathering a list of national, state and local Immigration hotlines and will update these as new numbers become available. If you know any that are not listed, please send us an email with subject "hotline details" to :

Several hotlines have been established to respond to and verify immigration raids. In some areas, attorneys or legal services can be provided as needed. Community-oriented programs are also available to provide know-your-rights informations and briefings. 

There are often rumors of raids in many areas, and the hotlines can help verify if they are indeed taking place. If calling a hotline to report a raid, please make sure that you have either directly witnessed what happened, or have a reliable source who has and can provide details. 



  • National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild. If you witnessed ICE activity in your community, call the hotline at 1-844-363-1423
  • National Immigration Detention Hotline: 1-385-212-4842 (open Monday through Friday 12pm to 8pm PST) or for more information on the hotline you can also go to:
  • United We Dream. To report a raid call 1-844-363-1423. Or send a text message to 877877. If possible, take photos and videos, and notes.  
  • National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC) hotline: 1-844-500-3222
  • Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICIRR). Callers are counseled and referenced to legal help advocacy agencies : 1-855-435-7693
  • Latino Rebels launched the first Map pin pointing ICE raids and activity across the country. Report what you saw using the MigraMap

LGBTQ Immigrant Hotlines

  • National Immigrant Justice Center: NIJC LGBTQ Immigrant Rights Initiative provides legal services to low-income immigrants who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) and those who are living with HIV. Call: 1-773-672-6551 (Wednesdays & Fridays between 10:00 am - 12:00 pm) or by email: *Note: Geography -- our direct representation work is limited to the Midwest, mostly those appearing before Chicago immigration courts. This limitation does not apply to detained individuals or those seeking assistance with an appeal.

STATE AND LOCAL HOTLINES (listed alphabetically by state)


  • State Hotline: 1-844-878-7801 (Trust Act Hotline)
  • Alameda County: 1-510-241-4011 (Alameda County Immigration Legal and Education Partnership for the ICE Activity Hotline. Call for rapid response and legal services.)
  • Berkeley City: Know Your Resources/Entérese de Sus Recursos Flyers with listings for help lines: English or Spanish
  • Central Valley Rapid Response Network (Fresno, San Joaquin, Merced & Kern Counties): 1-559-206-0151
  • Contra Costa County Rapid Response Network: 1-925-900-5151 
  • Humboldt County Rapid Response Network: 1-707-282-5226
  • Los Angeles: 1-888-624-4752 (Coalicion for Humane immigration of Los Angeles)
  • Marin County Rapid Response Network: 1-415-991-4545
  • North Bay Rapid Response Network (Sonoma & Napa Counties): 1-707-800-4544
  • Northern & Central California SIREN (Services, Immigration Rights & Education Network). "Stay informed about upcoming actions and policy updates by joining SIREN's Action Rapid Response Network. Community Members text SIREN to: 1-201-468-6088 Allies text SIRE to: 1-918-609-4480
  • Monterey County Rapid Response Network: 1-831-643-5225
  • Sacramento: 1-916-245-6773 (24 hour hotline for residents to call if witness to federal immigration agents conducting enforcement sweeps)
  • San Francisco: 1-415-200-1548 (San Francisco Immigrant Legal and Education Network Rapid Response Network)
  • Santa Clara County Rapid Response Network: 1-408-290-1144
  • Santa Cruz County Rapid Response: 1-831-239-4289
  • PaseLaVoz: get alerts and report on ICE activity thankd to a FREE text alert program. PaseLaVoz is automatically activated with a simple and short call or text to : 1-415-715-9990



  • Atlanta: 1-770-454-5232 (Georgia Latino Alliance For Humane Rights)
  • 1-404-890-5655 (Asian American Advancing Justice)


New Jersey

  • State Hotline: 1-800-308-0878 (New Jersey Rapid Response Hotline)

New Mexico

  • Statewide New Mexico Migra Watch Hotline: to report an immigration enforcement action or seek legal help for someone facing detention, call 1-844-363-1423 ext. 102. The hotline will be staffed from 6 am - 9 pm local time Monday through Friday.

New York

  • New York City: 1-212-725-6422 (Immigrant Defense Project)
  • Long Island: 1-516-387-2043 (Long Island Dream Act Coaltion)
  • Statewide office of the Governor - New Americans Hotline - confidential and anonymous, multi-lingual: 1-800-566-7636 or go to

North Carolina

  • Alerta Migratoria 1-984-377-2622

Northern Virginia

  • State Hotline: 1-301-431-4185 (CASA Raid Response)


  • State Hotline: 1-971-412-2258 (ACLU)
  • Portland area and its surroundings: 1-888-622-1510 (Immigrants Rights Coalition)


  • Philadelphia: 1-267-333-9530 OR 1-267-345-5248 (Indonesian) (New Sanctuary Movement)


  • State Hotline: 1-888-507-2970 (Callers can get assistance in understanding recent executive orders as well as existing immigration policies. ACLU of Texas, Houston Immigration Legal Service Collaborative, Tahirih Justice Center, Vinson & Elkins LLP and Houston Volunteer Lawyers)
  • Austin & Travis County: 1-512-270-1515 You can also text "WATCHICE" to 877877 (Community Defense Line)

Washington State