- Jan 25, 2021
For many immigrants, particularly those without legal documentation, the COVID-19 crisis has added another layer of fear and thrown them into an economic crisis with no safety net.
The Diocese of Brownsville and a group of interfaith leaders in the Rio Grande Valley have introduced a “parish identification strategy” to provided members of parishes in the diocese a way to identify themselves to local law enforcement regardless of their legal status.
Mizraim Guerrero, a senior in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, said he found his voice as an immigrant advocate after experiencing firsthand the uncertainty and turmoil many immigrants deal with on a regular basis.
A well-known Washington museum is now hosting displays of what’s happening with migration on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Immigrant parents’ legal vulnerability, detention and deportation can have emotional, developmental and physical repercussions for children, say mental health workers.
The USCCB objected to new rules by the Trump administration concerning housing and undocumented immigrants.