Know Your Rights

As public sector workers in California state, county and city agencies, schools districts, public hospitals, libraries, and courts you play a vital role interacting with the public and sometimes have access to databases with personal information.

As a result, the information you gather may be sought out by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents. This coupled with the uncertainty about how the current presidential administration will be enforcing immigration laws has led to a lot of confusion and questions by workers.

By scrolling below you can see the options available to learn your rights when dealing with ICE at your workplace. If after reviewing the information you still have questions, please fill out the form to the right with your questions and we will get back to you.


All the tools you’ll need

We have the options, answers and tools you need to know your basic rights as public sector employees.

Call 1-855-821-SEIU

From May 29th through June 10th, you can call 24 hours a day to hear pre-recorded information about what your rights are as a public sector worker when dealing with immigration at your worksite.

Sign-up for a Reminder

Download the Recording

Can’t make the call? Listen on your schedule! Once the recording is launched, we’ll put an MP3 file online for you to listen to on your smart phone or computer.

Listen Online

Download the Toolkit

We’ll have a detailed toolkit full of materials that can help guide you through dealing with immigration officials on the job that you can keep you and your colleagues up to date.

Get the Toolkit

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