“The Big Sick” actor Kumail Nanjiani is teaming up with The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Brooklyn Defenders Services to help immigrant communities. He’s lent his voice to the #WeHaveRights campaign, narrating in Urdu the options they have if U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement’s ICE agency has arrested or detained anyone.

ICE has been arresting, detaining, and deporting immigrants and the number has only increased since the current administration came into power.

That’s why We Have Rights is aimed to prepare for and safely defend their rights during encounters with ICE, including steps to take during an emergency and how to request for a lawyer.

In most cases, language is obviously a big barrier between agents and the immigrants, who aren’t given a chance to speak up for themselves. These videos are meant to give them the vital information they need that they probably won’t get from anywhere else in a language they understand. Nanjiani’s Urdu contribution is a big help in the right direction. It’s the actor and comedian’s native language. He hails from Pakistan.

Besides Urdu and English, the other languages the videos are offered in are Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Haitian Creole, and Mandarin, narrated by fellow artists like Jesse Williams, Diane Guerrero, Xiren Wang, and Katya Lee. ACLU also released multi-language ‘Know Your Rights’ pamphlets to ensure non-citizens are aware of all of their rights, offering advice in a Q&A format. They are offering them for no cost to ethnic communities. Right now, these pamphlets are in English, Spanish, and Arabic and will soon be published in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, and Farsi but they are available to read digitally already.