MIRC's office hours are limited. However, our staff are always working hard to serve our clients and Michigan's immigrant communities. You can call us at (734) 239-6863 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. with questions or to discuss your case. Immigrant workers with questions about employment issues can call our farmworker and immigrant worker rights hotline at 1-800-968-4046.
Las oficinas del Centro de Derechos de Inmigrantes De Michigan (“MIRC”) tienen un horario limitado. Sin embargo, nuestro personal estan trabajando para servir a nuestros clientes y las comunidades de inmigrantes de Michigan. Puede llamarnos al (734) 239-6863 desde las 9:00 a.m. hasta las 5:00 p.m. con sus preguntas o para hablar sobre su caso. Trabajadores con preguntas o dudas sobre sus derechos laborales o quejas del empleo pueden llamar al 1-800-968-4046.
MIRC joins our colleagues at the Michigan Advocacy Program in condemning the recent murders and longstanding structural racism that deny justice and dignity to Black communities and people of color. We remain committed to advancing racial justice in solidarity with Black communities across Michigan through our individual client representation, systemic advocacy, and community partnerships.
We, the members of the Legal Services Association of Michigan, are devastated by the senseless murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and so many persons of color before them.
We stand in solidarity with Black communities throughout Michigan and the country in demanding justice and calling upon the law enforcement community to restrain and take responsibility for those in their ranks who disrespect the rights and lives of people of color.
We condemn white supremacy.
We condemn the denial of implicit bias and the refusal of individuals to address their biases.
We reject the comfort of neutrality and silence.
We understand that anti-racism is our responsibility and a necessary element of our work. Our work must include dismantling the structures and systems that allow and perpetuate white supremacy and racism.
We humbly commit to difficult conversations and community-led partnerships. We can and must do better.
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. -MLK
Conozca Sus Derechos / Know Your Rights
Know Your Rights with Immigration Enforcement
Learn how to lead a family preparedness and KYR workshop:
- Watch MIRC's “Train the Trainer” Video
- Powerpoint slides for “Know Your Rights” presentation (in English and Spanish)
Share with immigrant communities:
- MIRC Know Your Rights & Family Preparedness 5 minute videos - English and Spanish
- Preparing Your Family Guide - English, Spanish, Arabic, French, and Bangla trifold
- Available in PDF, or if you would like to order printed copies go to www.tinyurl.com/orderguides
- Arabic version coming soon
How can I find information on someone who has been detained in Michigan?
- online detainee locator. Search requires full name, date of birth, and country of birth OR A# and country of birth.
- Vinelink. With the exception of a handful of county correctional facilities, almost all jurisdictions in Michigan can be searched using this simple-to-use website. This website is often updated sooner than the ICE online detainee locator. Search can be performed by name only.