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Response to the threats of Northern California ICE Raids
Thursday Jan 18th, 2018 8:28 PM
On January 17, 2018 there were reports that U.S. immigration officials are preparing to arrest more than 1,500 undocumented people in Northern California.
NLG-SF strongly condemns any attempts by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to terrorize our undocumented immigrant communities with raids and arrests.

While this is not the first time the Trump Administration has sought to violently rip families apart, it is deeply troubling that they are targeting Sanctuary Cities, along with prominent immigration activists and leaders.

This attempt to undermine the immigrant justice movement and ongoing dissent requires us to stand up for justice in immigrant communities now more than ever.

NLG-SF stands in solidarity with immigrant communities and calls for an end to this wholesale and escalating attack on immigrants. We will direct large-scale energies and efforts in solidarity with our allies to interrupt these violent attacks on our community.

Here are community resources from our Immigration Committee to share with your networks...

Northern California Local Rapid Response Hotlines:

Northern California Rapid Response & Immigrant Defense Network (NCRRIDN)

Please ONLY use these numbers to report ICE activity and Enforcement Actions.
Please use websites to find out how to make informational inquiries.

Alameda County Immigration Legal and
Education Partnership (ACILEP)
Region covered: Alameda County

San Francisco Rapid Response Network
Region covered: San Francisco City

Santa Clara County Rapid Response
Region Covered: Santa Clara County

Monterey County Rapid Response Network
Region covered: Monterey County

Santa Cruz County Rapid Response
Region covered: San Cruz County

Marin Rapid Response Network
Region covered: Marin County
North Bay Rapid Response Network
Region covered: Sonoma & Napa Counties
707- 800-4544

San Mateo Rapid Response Network
Region covered: San Mateo County

Fresno Rapid Response
Region covered: Fresno County San Joaquin,
Merced, and Kern Counties

Sacramento Rapid Response
Region covered: Sacramento County

Services, Immigration Rights and
Education Network (SIREN) Rapid
Response Text Platform
Region covered: Northern & Central CA
Community Members: 201-468-6088
Allies: 918-609-4480

Additional Resources:

Below, find some materials, recently developed by LAAW, which provide information that may be useful to employers in preparing for and responding to worksite raids. Please circulate to your networks, and to employers interested in protecting their workplaces and workforces to the fullest possible legal extent from ICE overreach. (Spanish) (Chinese) (English)

In addition, here are links to our worker-facing fact sheets about ICE raids (all also available in downloadable PDF form): (Spanish) (Chinese) (English)

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by NCRRIDN Monday Jan 28th, 2019 11:53 PM
Northern California Local Rapid Response Hotlines

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California! ICE is preparing for a major sweep in San Francisco and other Northern California sanctuary cities to arrest more than 1,500 people, the largest action thus far under Trump. ICE will be flying in extra agents from other states.


U.S. immigration officials have begun preparing for a major sweep in San Francisco and other Northern California cities in which federal officers would look to arrest more than 1,500 undocumented people while sending a message that immigration policy will be enforced in the sanctuary state, according to a source familiar with the operation.

Officials at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, known as ICE, declined to comment Tuesday on plans for the operation.

The campaign, centered in the Bay Area, could happen within weeks, and is expected to become the biggest enforcement action of its kind under President Trump, said the source, who requested anonymity because the plans have not been made public.

Trump has expressed frustration that sanctuary laws — which seek to protect immigrants and persuade them not to live in the shadows by restricting cooperation between local and federal authorities — get in the way of his goal of tightening immigration.


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