Resources & Emergency Protocol
For life-threatening emergencies, contact 911 if you are off campus or Emory Campus Police at 404.727.6111 if you are on campus.
ISSS has created wallet-sized emergency contact cards for you to carry for reference in the event of an emergency. Pick one up from our office!
What to do if you experience an immigration-related emergency, such as:
- Loss of your passport or other important documents while overseas
- Visit by government officer at home or on campus (note: do not sign anything. Politely ask a government officer if you can call Emory ISSS or your home country consulate)
- Detainment at U.S. port of entry like airports (note: do not sign anything. Politely ask an immigration officer if you can call Emory ISSS or your home country consulate)
- Threat of deportation (note: do not sign anything. Politely ask an immigration officer if you can call Emory ISSS or your home country consulate)
If during normal office hours (8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.), call ISSS at 404.727.3300.
If outside of regular office hours, call the Emory Police Department at 404.727.6111 and their dispatcher will connect you with an ISSS staff member.
If you are on campus, contact Emory Police Department at 404.727.6111. If you are off campus, call 911.
You may experience an emergency such as:
- Car accident
- Criminal activity
- Missing persons
- Suicidal thoughts
- Homicidal thoughts
- Natural disasters (tornado, flood, etc.)
- Sexual assault and misconduct
- Other incidents
ISSS is here to help you during our office hours, but you may want to take advantage of these resources on campus for other issues such as:
- Culture shock
- Conflicts with classmates or professors
- Financial problems
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