Author: Alejandra Ayotitla

The ‘Invisible Wall’ is creating real barriers for local residents

The ‘Invisible Wall’ is creating real barriers for local residents Processing wait times for U.S citizenship are getting longer Recent headlines have focused on the numerous attacks on asylum seekers and refugees, program terminations for certain immigrant groups, and a call to build one large wall at the southern border of the United States and Mexico. Meanwhile, the administration is… Read more →

Helping our communities be prepared in the face of harsh raids

Immigrant Nebraskans – our friends, our family members – and local communities are living in a constant state of alert. After decades of inaction by Congress to fix outdated immigration laws, the current Administration’s harsh policies are harming many longtime residents who are an important part of Nebraska communities. After the raids that devastated families and the community of O’Neill,… Read more →