Texas Civil Rights Project

Provides legal services to low-income persons, and has implemented the philosophy that community education and organizing go hand-in- hand with court action to solidify legal and systemic changes.
Link to organization

Primary geographic focus: Texas
Organization type(s): Provider


News Story

Child Protective Services Refusing to Help Child Crime Victims with Immigration Visas

Laura Marie Thompson
Texas Observer
December 2, 2016
The agency’s blanket ban on issuing certifications puts an already vulnerable group in a precarious situation.

News Story

Fair to benefit undocumented immigrant survivors of domestic abuse

Lucia Benavides
Austin American-Statesman
October 1, 2016
Victims of domestic violence can have a hard time walking away from their abuser. For those who are undocumented, that challenge can be exacerbated by fears of revealing their immigration status.

News Story

Fear of Deportation Often Keeps Undocumented Victims of Domestic Violence Silent

Erin Stone
Dallas Observer
September 12, 2016
Despite that immigration status is legally irrelevant to obtaining emergency medical assistance, emergency shelter, to getting a protective order or custody or a divorce


Helping RGV veterans with legal aid

Monitor (TX)
January 20, 2016
It’s important that free and low-cost legal services are available to all of our veterans.

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