In nearly every way you can describe a neighborhood the 55 square miles that make up District 8 could be one of the most diverse areas of San Antonio.
In a budget discussion, Saldaña asked the City manager and staff to look for funding to provide legal defense for immigrants and refugees.
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.
President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to undo the tenuous legal protections of more than 740,000 DREAMers, many of them San Antonians.
City leaders met with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement representatives Saturday to address the lack of coordination involving the family releases.
The massive wave of migrants released from detention that arrived to San Antonio this weekend has continued to grow, overwhelming nonprofit agencies with vulnerable women and children.
After a judge in Austin ruled against private prison companies, ICE turned families over to RAICES, a nonprofit that offers legal services to immigrants.
More than 50 people showed up to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field office in San Antonio at 8940 Fourwinds Dr. Tuesday afternoon to protest the thousands of immigrant women and children being held in the Karnes and Dilly detention centers, where families can be detained for months on end or even close to a year.