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"Sanctuary Cities" Debate Renews


Toddler recovered from human smuggling venture


More Document Fraud


Iran moving sleeper cells into America?


Illegal immigrants forced to smuggle marijuana


Mexican . . . pleads guilty in killing of BP agent


Border apprehen- sions up by 50%


Operation Drawbridge


Deadly Crossing


Crash kills 4, injures 7


Eight Injured in Brooks County


Border Patrol Agent Killed


The Front Line: Dr. Mike Vickers


Arpaio: ICE refuses to pick up illegal immigrants


ICE special agents free 82 hostages


Feds Won't Arrest All Illegal Aliens


Department of Agriculture . . . on immigration


2 bodies found near Falfurrias


Texas youth soccer coach arrested


More Immigrants Die in Brooks County


Shots fired at Border Patrol agents


ICE Agents Protest Disciplinary Action for Enforcing Laws


Fingerprint Records Reveal 825,000 Immigrants With Multiple Names, Inconsistent Birth Dates


Mosquitoes carrying Dengue Fever concern officials near TX border


Honduras man convicted of Travis County sexual assault


Mississippi Gov: No state aid for illegal immigrants


Immigration agents file suit against Napolitano



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Insurgency in America

 

PFPOWH: Wilderness On The Border


NationalGeographic Border Wars: Failed Smuggling


Law Enforcement Agents apprehended OTMs that were

spotted and reported by the Texas Border Volunteers

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Trespassers from China and Eritrea found in Brooks County, TX

 

Mission Statement of The Texas Border Volunteers, Inc. (TBV)

The Mission of TBV is assisting law enforcement officials with securing the border, upholding the rule of law and educating the general public with regard to immigration issues.

The objectives include providing material and specific support to law enforcement agencies in securing the border from illegal immigration, and providing educational materials and activities aimed at informing the general public about immigration issues.  

 

Border Watches

 
The Texas Border Volunteers regularly conduct watches in South Texas.
Teams are deployed on private property and report trespassers
to the Border Patrol. 
 

Participation

 Members volunteer their time and provide their own equipment.

Training is provided.
 
 


 
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Media Access:  tbvmediainterface@gmail.com

 Membership: vol052000-tbvmbrship@yahoo.com

 Public Speaking Engagements: tbvpublicevents@gmail.com

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