Posted on · An estimated 20,000 Salvadorans live in Houston, of which 20% work in construction
Posted on · The African Union was "frankly alarmed" by President Trump's comments. Haiti said they were "misguided," while the U.N. called them "racist." And around the world, officials are asking for clarity
Posted on · This week’s news that the Trump administration is ending TPS for 200,000 migrants from El Salvador is also rattling nerves in neighboring Honduras
Posted on · It's not just immigrants from El Salvador who stand to lose. Here's why their families back home could be devastated
Posted on · Now that thousands of immigrants from El Salvador are set to lose their temporary protected status, some business leaders are worried about the impact on the Houston economy
Posted on · Deportees are often targeted by gangs, because they believe they have money
Posted on · The Trump Administration has announced it will be terminated in September of 2019
Posted on · Citizens of El Salvador are currently the beneficiaries of the Temporary Protected Status program
Posted on · If the U.S. ends temporary protected status for 300,000 Caribbean and Central American workers, there are fears it will have ripple effects — especially on post-hurricane construction.
Posted on · We check in with Rose Escobar, whose husband José was recently deported, after a routine check-in with immigration.
Posted on · They have granted the Salvadoran immigrant prosecutorial discretion, which gives his attorney time to try to get asylum for his client.
Posted on · Juan Rodríguez, from El Salvador, was scheduled to be deported on June 29th.
Posted on · After attending a routine immigration check-in, a Pearland father is suddenly detained and deported. We look into how José Escobar's family is coping, and how the Trump Administration's new policies are affecting the immigrant community in Houston.