If you are undocumented and approached by Law Enforcement, the Department of Homeland Security, ICE or other Immigration Officials – you do have certain rights. If encountered at home, you do not have to open the door unless the officials have a search warrant. You have the right to remain silent, and the right to speak to a lawyer if you are detained or taken into custody. If you are approached in a Public area by immigration officers, you have the right to remain silent, you may refuse a search, and you have the right to speak to a lawyer if detained or taken into custody. You can refuse to sign any and all paperwork presented to you until you have spoken to a lawyer. Print out the attached Know Your Rights pages and keep them for your reference. Cut out the Know Your Rights Card and carry it with you. You may give it to immigration officers if you do not wish to speak to them.
Most importantly, if you are detained or taken into custody, contact a lawyer as soon as possible.