Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday legal resources are available to those who could be detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers ahead of an expected enforcement action.

ICE had planned raids last weekend, but those plans were dropped after President Donald Trump touted the nationwide crackdown.

Now, federal immigration officers are expected to once again move ahead with the plan to arrest and deport up to 1 million people living in the U.S. illegally.

Trump on Friday said the raids would occur “fairly soon.”

“Once again, the Trump Administration is reportedly gearing up to send ICE agents into our cities with plans to deport 1 million people,” Cuomo said. “This is the latest example of this administration’s politicization of immigration in this country and constant assault on the civil rights and dignity of individuals and families.”

Cuomo pointed to the Liberty Defense Project hotline, a legal defense program for immigrants.

“If any New Yorker, regardless of their immigration status, needs legal assistance, we urge them to make full use of the Liberty Defense Project, our state’s public-private project to assist immigrants with free access to legal services and process,” Cuomo said.

“If you or someone you know requires legal assistance, call the Liberty Defense Project hotline at 1-800-566-7636. Service is provided in over 200 languages and all call information is kept confidential.”