News & Updates

  1. ProBAR Resource: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Venezuela

    On September 20, 2023, the Department of Homeland Security announced an extension and re-designation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Venezuela for the next 18 months. This information sheet provides general information in response to common questions about TPS.

  2. ProBAR in the Community: Summer 2023 Highlights

    Each quarter, the Outreach team represents ProBAR by organizing, hosting, and attending various initiatives and events across the Rio Grande Valley. Summer 2023 was a busy season! Read below to learn about some highlights from last quarter’s community engagement calendar and how you can connect with ProBAR.

  3. ProBAR Celebrates Recent Case Victories

    Happy young male ProBAR client in front of Welcome to the United States of America sign.

    From mid-March to mid-June 2022, we have worked with more than 15 asylum seekers subject to Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) program who have been granted asylum or protection under the Convention Against Torture!

  4. ProBAR’s Virtual and Interactive Change of Venue Workshops Help Prevent Removal Orders

    Graphic of woman at desk showcasing a COV form

    To help take some weight off the shoulders of children’s sponsors, ProBAR has integrated interactive workshops via Zoom to help children and their sponsors complete pro se Change of Venue (COV) and pro se Change of Address (COA) forms, a necessary step to avoid a removal order in abstentia.

  5. Message from Director Kimi Jackson, June 2022

    After more than two years of primarily remote work, our ProBAR family is back in the office. Learn more about what this means for ProBAR in a message from our director, Kimi Jackson.

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