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Volunteer on the Border

If you’re in Texas or are willing to travel to Texas here are some ways to volunteer on the Border.  As new opportunities arise we will update this page, so check back often. If you are working with children separated from their parents, here is how you can help...

In Limbo No More!

Let me share some of the joy with you.  One of our clients recently received her green card.  She has been working for this day for 22 years!  Isabel is a citizen of Jamaica who came to the US on a student visa.  She married an abusive US citizen who controlled her...

A Client’s Story

Honduran “Alejandro” came to the U.S. to get away from street gangs and drug cartels. Honduras is the #1 country for homicides, and Alejandro knew that if he refused to join the gang or carry drugs he would die a violent death. Apprehended at the border, Alejandro was...

Bishops Speak Out on Immigration, Urge Action

Below is a link to a letter from United Methodist Bishops addressing the current struggle surrounding immigration in the U.S. A temporary injunction was issued by a judge in Texas halting progress on the process of implementing Presidential orders issued in November...

Obama Expands Deferred Action, More

On Friday November 21, 2014, President Obama signed executive orders to grant administrative relief to an estimated 5.9 of 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. according to the White House website, the three critical elements of the President’s executive...

Action Celebrated, Congress Challenged

President Obama has decided he could no longer wait on a protractedly inactive congress, and Friday signed a series of executive initiatives aimed at addressing the immigration struggles of over half of the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. Some...

Taking Action For Immigrants

As congress threatens to take steps backwards in support of immigrants, especially when it comes to refugees and unaccompanied children, your voice matters. Please communicate with your senators and your representative to advocate for the cause of our immigrant...

Responding to the Texas Border Crisis

In recent months, Texas has seen a massive influx of unaccompanied minors reach the U.S. border. The majority of the unaccompanied children reaching the U.S. border are from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, most often leaving their homes because of violence in...