The past quarter forced us to live out our values of resilience and adaptability as two tragedies hit close to home, border policy began a new chapter, and we welcomed back staff to our newly renovated office space. We also reflect upon the most recent ABA Commission on Immigration Pro Bono Week at ProBAR and much more in this edition of our newsletter.
For many migrants seeking safety and opportunity, South Texas is the first stop in their immigration journey.
Whether children, adults, or families, they have traveled to the United States from countries around the world as changing circumstances at home affect their security and stability. Many arrive at our border seeking protection from violence and persecution. They face tremendous obstacles to winning immigration relief. Access to legal information and representation give them a chance to gain safety and stability in the United States and begin contributing to our society in myriad ways.