News & Updates

  1. Immigration & Nationality Law Section of the State Bar of Texas Highlights ProBAR

    Spanning pages 2 -11, ProBAR’s history, work with Unaccompanied Children, and our partnership with the Akin law firm to assist those impacted by the March tragedy in Brownsville, Texas, is covered in great detail.

    We also provide a look at how we are working with clients under the new Asylum Ban.

  2. The Fall 2023 Bulletin is Here!

    ProBAR celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, shares experiences with Operation Lone Star, celebrates staff and much more in the Fall 2023 bulletin.

  3. ProBAR on the Road

    ProBAR understands just how important it is to build connections. Whether attending a conference, organizing information sessions, or participating in career fairs, we want those interested in our work to know that there are many opportunities to get involved in support of ProBAR’s mission.

  4. ProBAR ¡Presente! at the 2023 Poverty Law Conference

    Due to ProBAR’s proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border, the ProBAR team serves tens of thousands of individuals every year. As the immigration legal landscape changes, ProBAR’s team is also positioned to share a unique perspective on the experiences of migrants as they arrive at our border and pursue their cases for immigration relief. Several of our ProBAR team members presented and shared their expertise at this year’s State Bar of Texas Poverty Law Conference. 

  5. Director’s Message for Fall 2023

    Amid continued challenges and opportunities at the border, I am grateful to be able to pause and reflect on the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month, a national celebration that runs from September 15 to October 15 annually. At ProBAR, nearly 95% percent of our staff identify as Latinx and about 70% grew up in our binational, culturally rich community in the Rio Grande Valley.

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