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Child Protective Services Refusing to Help Child Crime Victims with Immigration Visas

by | Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 15:23 CST
The agency’s blanket ban on issuing certifications puts an already vulnerable group in a precarious situation.
Victor Erives playing with his pet parrot, Rio. by and

Observatory Podcast No. 4: Living Undocumented

When the DACA Act was implemented, 24-year-old Victor Erives was able to legally live, work and attend school in the country he calls home. Now a Supreme Court ruling could jeopardize those same opportunities for millions of others.

When the DACA Act was implemented, 24-year-old Victor Erives was able to legally live, work and attend school in the country he calls home. Now a Supreme Court ...Read More

Families in the hall at the notorious T. Don Hutto family detention center by

Child Careless

Texas doesn't want to take migrant children out of prison-like detention centers, so it found a way to classify the facilities as child care outfits.

If the state doesn't create the licenses for immigrant detention centers, it won't be able to hold migrant children and moms in prison-like conditions....Read More

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Raid Aid

'What can we do if someday la migra comes to my home?'

As the feds ramp up raids on Central Texas migrant moms and kids, grassroots groups are hoping educational workshops can help undocumented Texans handle immigra...Read More

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