Who We Are

We are the children of children who came into the U.S.A as children.  Some of us are not born yet, some of us are newborns and some of us are already in school and we have brothers and sisters who are younger and older then us.  Some of us are sick children in the hospital and some of us are children who have lifelong disabilities.
Some of us are in foster homes, our parent have been taken from us. We are loved by our parents and they want to raise us together.  We are children of immigrants our parents are in the detentions centers all over the USA and we have to join together and help them with attorney's fees, document cost and assist in bonds. Please help, 100% of all donations go to Children of Immigrants.org  

Be careful and watch out for frauds and swindles. If you are defrauded or taken advantage of in an immigration service , please report it.

Also to the Federal Trade Commission.

Suspicious activity is any observed behavior that could indicate terrorism or terrorism-related crime. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Unusual items or situations: A vehicle is parked in an odd location, a package/luggage is unattended, a window/door is open that is usually closed, or other out-of-the-ordinary situations occur.
  • Eliciting information: A person questions individuals at a level beyond curiosity about a building’s purpose, operations, security procedures and/or personnel, shift changes, etc.
  • Observation/surveillance: Someone pays unusual attention to facilities or buildings beyond a casual or professional interest. This includes extended loitering without explanation (particularly in concealed locations); unusual, repeated, and/or prolonged observation of a building (e.g., with binoculars or video camera); taking notes or measurements; counting paces; sketching floor plans, etc. 
  • See Something Say Something!

"The National Human Trafficking Hotline strives to abide by the highest ethical standards regarding confidentiality. All communication with the hotline is strictly confidential to the extent permitted by law.

The National Hotline does not release any identifying information about a caller, including to law enforcement or service providers, and will not confirm that a specific individual has/has not called the hotline, unless the caller provides the National Hotline with his/her explicit consent. The National Hotline will inform the appropriate authorities of situations that reference the suspected abuse of a minor, potential harm to you or others, or situations where the National Hotline is required by law to report.

You do not need to provide your name or any identifying details about your situation unless you are comfortable doing so. If you wish to report a tip anonymously, the National Hotline will protect your anonymity when sharing information about a potential trafficking case with appropriate authorities. 

The National Hotline does not record hotline calls. The National Hotline will use caller ID in rare circumstances when it is believed that the caller is in imminent danger and this information is necessary to ensure his/her immediate safety."