Tag: immigration and citizenship program
Houston is an amazing, vibrant and highly diverse place that we call home. Unfortunately, for many Houston-area immigrant neighbors, becoming
Roger La O Munoz suffered years of physical and psychological abuse in Cuba for defending the rights of his neighbors.
After the recent decision, we talked to DACA recipients about growing up, coping with the anxiety, and about their hopes and dreams of one-day becoming American citizens.
Asylum seekers arriving in Mexico suffer horrific violence including assault, kidnapping, and rape.
Releasing people from detention now is not a partisan issue. It is a matter of public health. No human should be expendable during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ernie Correa talks about his journey from volunteer to a full-time employee.
BakerRipley urges anyone who has a relative arrested or who witnesses a raid to call the Houston Immigrant Rights Hotline
“The Cameroonian women we’ve helped have experienced direct and horrific harm, beatings, rape, friends and family members being shot at and killed.”
“Becoming a citizen of the United States is the highest honor that anyone who is not a native of this wonderful country could receive.”