The answer is yes, regardless of your immigration status all people in the United States are protected by the rights bestowed by the Constitution of the United States. The fact is that all people in the United States, regardless of immigration status, have certain rights and protections under the U.S. Constitution. If ICE agents arrive at one’s home these rights can be evoked to protect you and your family. Clearly, it is important to assert your rights confronted by ICE agents regardless if you are the target or a fellow member of your community. It is important to exercise these rights to protect your interests in later court proceedings.