If you are a victim of domestic violence, you have the right to be safe, regardless of your legal status in the United States. You may worry that you don’t have the right to call the police if you are being abused, but that is not true.
When you contact police about domestic violence, their duty is to protect you from your abuser. They are not supposed to call ICE to inform them you are in the United States without legal status.
If you are afraid of your abuser or think they may hurt you, you can go to the court or the police to ask for a restraining order (see Abuse Prevention Orders).
If you are a victim of domestic violence and you do not have legal status in the US, you should contact immigration lawyers and advocates to help protect you.