Posted on · The Border Network for Human Rights prepared the report based on interviews conducted in more than 33 locations
Posted on · The study looked at the enforcement of federal immigration policy under Trump in several counties nationwide, including Harris County. Read the report below.
Posted on · The organizers held several events in our city, which they consider the transition point for a second phase that will travel throughout the rest of Texas
Posted on · The Together Juntos caravan uses presentations and trainings to explain the law
Posted on · Attorneys and immigrants' rights groups who fought against Senate Bill 4 say their next move isn’t exactly clear, but they insist they have a handful of options remaining.
Posted on · Members and supporters of United We Dream, Texas Organizing Project, SEIU Texas and Mi Familia Vota participated in a rally at Houston's City Hall
Posted on · On Dec. 23, 2017, San Antonio police found a trailer with 12 people inside. Police Chief William McManus charged the driver with a state level human smuggling charge but did not pursue a federal charge
Posted on · The HPD chief notes that if Congress doesn’t pass legislation to shield Dreamers from deportation there are criminals who could try to recruit them
Posted on · The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held a hearing to decide whether to keep in place a decision that blocked key parts of the law to take effect
Posted on · That is one of the legal arguments the organization will present a at an upcoming hearing on a judicial decision that has blocked key parts of the law
Posted on · Political experts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jay Aiyer explain In 59 Seconds what parts of Texas law SB4 are now immediately effective, what parts are still on hold pending appeal process, and how this affects undocumented immigrants.
Posted on · "I'm not a lawyer, but I am a Texan. I'm disgusted by all this. Tell the lieutenant governor I don't want the suicide of a single Texan on my hands" – House Speaker Joe Straus
Posted on · Just like that, parts of the state's "sanctuary cities" ban that a federal district judge halted last month are set to go into effect.
Posted on · Under the law, Texas police chiefs could face removal from office and criminal charges for not complying with federal immigration officials' requests to detain people jailed on non-immigration offenses.
Posted on · "(Senate Bill) 4 is wholly valid," the state writes in its appeal. A court of appeals will decide whether to allow the state to enforce the law while it awaits a full hearing later this year.