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Valley cities, aid groups get more migrant funding

Several Rio Grande Valley cities and humanitarian aid groups will soon receive millions in additional federal funding to help pay for providing humanitarian services to undocumented migrants.

Texas’ SB 4 may not result in many arrests in the Rio Grande Valley

Texas' SB 4 sent the state swirling into confusion this week as the Supreme Court briefly allowed the immigration law to go into effect for several hours before the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals placed the legislation's implementation on hold.

Supreme Court allows Texas to begin enforcing law that lets police arrest migrants at...

A divided Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Texas to begin enforcing a law that gives police broad powers to arrest migrants suspected of crossing the border illegally while a legal battle over the measure plays out.

Border at issue as Valley reps respond to Biden’s State of the Union address

The Rio Grande Valley congressional delegation’s response to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address reveals that Republican and Democratic representatives agree on one point: border security must be addressed.

Non-profit to train volunteer advocates for unaccompanied child immigrants

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights will hold two days of training April 20-21 in Harlingen for area residents who wish to serve as volunteer advocates for unaccompanied immigrant children while they are in federal custody.

President Joe Biden argues for border bill passage in Brownsville visit

Speaking at the Brownsville Border Patrol Station in Olmito on Thursday, President Joe Biden argued forcefully for the U.S. Senate to reconsider a bipartisan border security and immigration bill that collapsed in the Senate earlier this month.

Biden heading to Brownsville to visit U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday, AP sources say

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will make dueling trips to the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas on Thursday after congressional talks on a deal to rein in illegal migration collapsed, according to people familiar with the plans.

Orgs unite in San Juan to educate residents on controversial immigration laws

SAN JUAN — The El Paso-based Border Network for Human Rights (BNHR) visited the Rio Grande Valley on Wednesday to help spread information about new immigration laws and to call for an end to ​​Operation Lone Star.

Border expert: Texas’ actions at Fronton Island interferes with federal immigration policy

As Gov. Greg Abbott continues to double down on mobilizing state resources to address border security in Texas, so too are the policy experts and activist organizations — and more — who have characterized the governor's actions as interference with federal policy to undermine the Biden administration.

US says Texas blocked border agents from entering park to try to save 3...

The U.S. Homeland Security Department said Saturday that Texas denied federal agents access to a stretch of border when they were trying to rescue three migrants who drowned.