Tag: Immigration

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LULAC President Agrees With Border Wall

LULAC president Roger Rocha is facing criticism for endorsing President Donald Trump’s immigration framework which includes a border wall. Rocha is the leader of one of the oldest Latino civil rights organization in the U.S.  Last week Rocha wrote a letter to President Donald Trump stating the civil rights group support Trump’s plan for a border wall,  in exchange for protection of young immigrants who are brought to the country illegally. Rocha also stated he would endorse the new restrictions on legal immigration; This caused several LULAC activists and members across the country to question Rocha’s dedication to the...

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Tipton No Longer Practicing Law

Francisco Tipton turned in his resignation in lieu of disciplinary actions taken back in September 2017 by the State Bar of Texas.  During the last six months, 24 people have reached out to Fox News South Texas, with complaints against Tipton.  After a complaint pile-up on Tipton, the State Bar of Texas, took action with a fully probated suspension.  Most recently, the Supreme Court of Texas, accepted his resignation, citing it is in the public’s best interest and despite feeling scammed, Tipton is now prohibited from practicing law in the state of Texas.  As part of his resignation, he was...

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Fox Exclusive: Valley resident speaks out whose wife was detained during immigration inspection

We spoke to a valley resident who says his wife was detained during an immigration inspection on Friday morning and spent the weekend in federal custody, despite having no criminal history. Jason and his wife were traveling to Corpus Christi for his job. Once at La Sarita checkpoint, the woman– a DACA recipient– was detained for ‘accuracy and verification status’. Sahadi Law Firm, is representing the DACA recipient. They tell me she has a prior ‘brief, casual and innocent absence’ in her records but by no means disqualifies her from having DACA. Jason’s wife spent the weekend in federal...

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Appeals Court Announces local officials must cooperate with ICE for detentions

The Appeals Court of the Fifth Circuit announced the implementation of certain parts of SB4 that were recently blocked. Now, local officials must cooperate with ICE for detentions. Parts of this law was blocked August 30th, just two days before it took effect in Texas. Now, the Fifth Circuit has lifted this ban. While the cooperation with ICS is now implemented, immigration lawyer, San Miguel states that some parts remain blocked. On the other hand, pro-immigrant activists state this announcement motivates them to keep on fighting against the law that will allow local officials to act as immigration agents....

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DACA recipients are prepared to hear Trump announce its future by tomorrow

DACA recipients are prepared to hear Trump end the program in the next few hours but, not before tossing it over to Congress and having them handle it. Nearly eight hundred thousand young undocumented immigrants could be at risk of losing the US government program that protected them from deportation. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA is at the hands of the Trump administration, setting to announce its future by tomorrow, many expect he will end the Obama era program, but will offer a six month delay to give congress a time to pass a...

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