• Honduran Asylum-Seeker Fears Murder If Deported

    Post date: Mar 30 2018

    Antonio* is a 38 year-old man from Honduras who came to the U.S. last year with his partner and two children because his family was being targeted by a gang. While his family was released in Texas, he was transferred to immigration detention in Maryland, where he is fighting his case.

  • Asylum: Father Forced To Leave Family To Escape Oppressive Regime

    Post date: Feb 22 2018

    Felix* is a 33 year-old man from Equatorial Guinea who was forced to flee his country because of political persecution from his country’s oppressive regime. Fearing for his family’s safety, he sent his wife and U.S. citizen daughter into hiding and fled the country to seek asylum in the U.S.

  • Possible U.S. Citizen child held in youth detention

    Post date: Jan 31 2018

    Steven* is a 17-year-old from Guanajuato, Mexico who is being detained after fleeing threats from a cartel in his home country. He hopes to reunify with his mother in Texas and possibly apply for citizenship based on his father being born as an American citizen.

  • Long-Time Resident Fears Separation From Family

    Post date: Oct 07 2016

    Alejandro* is a 42 year-old man who has been in the U.S. for almost twenty years and is fighting to stay in the country so he can support his family. His partner and their two daughters are all U.S. citizens, and would suffer tremendously if Alejandro was deported.


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