News & Updates

  1. In Response to Biden’s Secure the Border Proclamation

    September 12, 2017, Washington, DC, USA: The White House at night during the Trump Administration.

    On June 4th, 2024, the Biden Administration announced changes to the immigration process that will severely restrict access to asylum for people arriving at the southern border, including many adults and families arriving in the Rio Grande Valley border region served by ProBAR.  

  2. As the U.S. Government Finally Reunifies Some Families it Separated at the Border, We Must Carry Forth the Lessons Learned on Access to Counsel and Trauma-Informed Advocacy

    Sign at protest, "Keep Families Together"

    ProBAR’s Briza Robles outlines actions taken by ProBAR to help advocate for families after a zero-tolerance policy left thousands of parents and children separated.

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