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The Immigrant Law Assistance Line (IMLA) allows people to report violations of federal immigration law or related provisions of South Carolina law committed by and/or against any non-U.S. citizen or immigrant (SC Code of Laws, § 8-30-10). People can make a report online or via a 24-hour, toll-free number. When a report is received, the CMA designated staff shall notify the appropriate response agency, which will address the report at their discretion.
To report online, go to hotline-services.com. For Organization Name, type “imla”.
To report over the phone, call 855-252-7949.
For the IMLA flyer.
Lack of / Expired Documentation
False / Fraudulent Documentation
E-Verify (Federal Work Authorization Program)
Immigration Assistance Services
Public Assistance Benefits (e.g., SNAP Fraud, Unemployment Insurance Benefits Fraud)
*These are not exhaustive topic lists.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org