News - Immigration / Borderwall
Posted 9:46 AM 1/15/2022 by Rudy Mireles
A new report from the Refugee Services of Texas shows human trafficking cases referred to their office here in the Valley more than doubled from 2020 to 2021.
“The RGV is important because a lot of people think that it doesn't happen close to home, but that's where our numbers proved (More)
Posted 10:09 AM 1/12/2022
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Migrant smugglers in Mexico apparently painted fake government food distribution logos on a freight truck to disguise the fact they were transporting 38 migrants.
The scheme appeared to have worked until the driver crashed the truck into a cement guardrail on (More)
Posted 4:32 AM 1/12/2022 by Santiago Caicedo
In a few months, nearly 2,000 migrants living at a camp across the border in the Mexican city of Reynosa will be relocated to two new shelter sites.
While the process has been slow for asylum hopefuls, advocates say they want to help keep migrants safe from crime.(More)...
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