Immigrant Rights Hotline

President Trump’s recent executive orders on immigration have created uncertainty in the immigration system and have led to anxiety and fear in the immigrant and refugee communities. Non-profit organizations and private immigration attorneys have been overwhelmed with questions from these concerned individuals and families. In response, the Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative, Tahirih Justice Center, Vinson & Elkins L.L.P, Houston Volunteer Lawyers, and the ACLU of Texas, are hosting a hotline that anyone can call to find out more about the executive orders and their impact locally.

Hotline number: 1-888-507-2970 

Operating Hours: Monday - Friday, 2pm - 6pm




















Questions may include topics such as:

  • General questions about current immigration laws, rules, and regulations, including the  Executive Orders on immigration issues
  • Questions about the Travel Ban impacting refugees and citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen
  • Reporting a hate incident or discrimination
  • Questions about the rights immigrants have regarding their legal status and immigration enforcement
  • Families looking for help in locating their detained relatives
  • Individuals looking for immigration legal services
Posted: February 22, 2017