Judge Summerhays of Louisiana’s Western District Court has issued a preliminary injunction requiring the Biden administration to continue to implement Title 42 past Pres. Biden’s May 23rd deadline to end the program.
This Mental Health Awareness Month, RAICES is calling attention to the fact that migrant justice in the U.S. hinges upon equitable access to culturally competent, trauma informed mental and behavioral health services.
For Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, RAICES partnered with SIPA (Search to Involve Pilipino Americans) and the Pilipino Workers Center to honor the Pilipino immigrants who launched one of the most significant labor campaigns in our nation’s history: the Farmworkers’ Movement.
U.S. Democratic Representatives Vicente Gonzalez and Henry Cuellar, alongside Republican Senator John Cornyn are leading a bipartisan Texas Congressional delegation to oppose President Biden and the Center for Disease Control’s mandate to lift Title 42.
Today, 10 organizations filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL) calling for an investigation of the Houston Asylum Office’s handling of Credible Fear Interviews (CFIs) for asylum seekers.
Today, hundreds of advocates rallied on the steps of the Supreme Court ahead of oral arguments for Biden v. Texas, which will decide whether the Biden Administration can end the Trump-era program known as Remain in Mexico that forces asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for decisions in their U.S. immigration cases.