Houston Matters

Backlog Means Immigration Cases Wont Be Heard Until 2019

Posted on · Back in November of 2012, the Houston Chronicle reported a growing backlog of cases in Houston’s immigration court. At that time, the backlog grew from more than 4,000 to more than 12,000 in a three-year period, and cases were being scheduled for late 2014. Now a recent update on that number puts the tally at 31,300 with cases […]

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How Immigration Policy Affects Houston

Posted on · We discuss the day-to-day challenges facing both people who are undocumented, and the industries and institutions they’re engaged in. We welcome your questions for an immigration attorney, the head of the University of Houston’s Immigration Clinic, and a Houston-based subcontractor who shares his insights into the unique challenges America’s immigration policies have on the construction […]