Steps to Take to Prepare Your Family

The toolkit is full of resources for you and your family to prepare yourself. This includes Know Your Rights materials and an explanation of immigration relief options.
Information about how to prepare for a Hurricane and find a local shelter in your community. Learn how to keep your home and family safe during a hurricane or typhoon.
This webinar will give you an introduction to paying taxes as an independent contractor and provide more detailed information about the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) and the Employer Identification Number (EIN).
These resources introduce the concept of working for yourself as an immigrant. Topics include differences between an employee and an independent contractor, tips to start earning a living and legal information about working for yourself.
This web page provides links to information for undocumented youth around ITINs, EINs, working as an independent contractor, building credit, business plans, and more.
Learn how to protect yourself and your family when interacting with immigration enforcement. Aprenda cómo protegerse usted y a su familia en caso de contacto con inmigración. Available in Spanish only.
A toolkit for detained parents, service providers and family members on parental rights, devising a reunification plan, and family court proceedings.
A guide from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center to help everyone create a Family Preparedness Plan, regardless of immigration status; with additional resources for immigrant families in English.
This thorough guide helps readers develop a family plan in the event of a raid.
A basic guide for New Yorkers on what to do before and after detention or deportation of a family member.