This American Civil Liberties Union page includes easy-to-use resources, such as videos and printable cards in several languages, to address the following:
- What to do when faced with anti-Muslim discrimination
- What to do if you are an immigrant stopped by law enforcement agents
- What to do if ICE is at your door
The Immigrant Legal Resource Center provides a Family Preparedness Plan to reduce the stress of the unexpected. It is good practice to have one in place, regardless of immigration status. This plan includes additional advice for immigrants and is also available in Spanish and Chinese.
The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project website includes numerous immigration
resources, including an Immigrant Safety Plan for Youth and Children, a document of information gathered to help families who are facing potential detainment or deportation of parents with children. The document can be accessed at the link above. The NWIRP website is located at www.nwirp.org.
The IDP website provides an Immigration & Customs Enforcement raid tool kit, a product of IDP’s and Center for Constitutional Right’s collective work to defend against raids and community arrests. This site also provides Know Your Rights flyers and other community resources.
The Alaska Court System Self-Help Center: Family Law page includes helpful links to family law videos, forms and information on common family law issues.
MTP2040 Update for Anchorage, Chugiak-Eagle River
The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) 2040 fact sheets and frequently asked questions are available here in English, Hmong, Tagalog, Spanish, and Korean. The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) is the plan for transportation improvements over the next twenty years. The plan is updated every four years by the Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (AMATS). AMATS oversees the planning and programming of Federal dollars to improve the surface transportation system in the Anchorage Bowl and Chugiak-Eagle River.