The Saturday tour was the latest in a series called It’s Art in Any Language for refugees, immigrants, and anyone new to the United States and San Antonio.
Carlos Sada made a historic visit to San Antonio Friday to present a birth certificate to Dafne Ruiz Torres, 3, whose birth was not registered in Mexico.
In a budget discussion, Saldaña asked the City manager and staff to look for funding to provide legal defense for immigrants and refugees.
All 50 Mexican consulates across the nation on Friday opened “Centros de Defensoría” or advocacy centers, aiming to protect the legal rights of Mexican immigrants and other Mexican citizens living in the United States.
The effort is meant to reduce the chances of someone getting arrested for a minor infraction and possibly being picked up by ICE.
Thousands of Texans gathered Saturday afternoon to protest President Trump’s refugee ban and border wall proposal.
After being released and living through the threat of deportation, Romero has found courage and pledges to be a voice for others in similar situations.
A local student protected by DACA was arrested and threatened with deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials Wednesday.
Father and son were reunited after their worst fears were realized: the threat of deportation for a son who believed he was protected by DACA.
San Antonio Independent School District passed a resolution to “reaffirm the admission, safety, and privacy of our students.”