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Texas AG Announces Suit Against Organization Working To “Facilitate Illegal Immigration”

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has announced a groundbreaking suit against a non-governmental organization (NGO) called Annunciation House. The NGO, a Catholic non-profit, operates in the state of Texas and is, according to AG Paxton, both encouraging illegal immigration into the state and operating a stash house for those entering illegally.

AG Paxton, in his suit, is aiming to revoke Annunciation House’s registration to operate in the state. It was, as background, established in the 1980s and describes itself as a non-profit that “offers hospitality to migrants, immigrants, and refugees in El Paso, Texas.”

Announcing the suit in a press release on the matter, AG Paxton’s office established the goal of the suit and established that the NGO is under scrutiny because it is allegedly working to help encourage and assist illegal immigration. “Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued Annunciation House, a nongovernmental organization (“NGO”), to revoke their registration to operate in Texas,” the statement began.

It continued, “The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) reviewed significant public record information strongly suggesting Annunciation House is engaged in legal violations such as facilitating illegal entry to the United States, alien harboring, human smuggling, and operating a stash house.

Continuing, the AG’s office went on to establish that the NGO had been particularly uncooperative in the investigation, even fighting against producing documentation. “OAG demanded access to certain specified records to evaluate these potential legal violations. But Annunciation House refused to produce a single document and, in response, sued the OAG to enjoin the Attorney General’s enforcement ability to obtain their documents,” the statement noted.

It then established that, contrary to the woke NGO’s assertions, the office does, in fact, have the legal authority to investigate its conduct and examine whether it is operating lawfully. “OAG has complete and unlimited authority to examine business records to ensure that entities operating within the State are doing so lawfully,

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” AG Paxton’s office provided.

Then, describing how the NGO had put itself in the hotseat by acting in such an uncooperative manner, the AG’s office provided, “And the consequence of a flagrant failure to comply with such a request is that OAG may terminate the business’s right to operate in Texas. The OAG lawsuit seeks to revoke Annunciation House’s authorization to do business in Texas and asks the court to appoint a receiver to liquidate their assets.

AG Paxton, for his part, said, “The chaos at the southern border has created an environment where NGOs, funded with taxpayer money from the Biden Administration, facilitate astonishing horrors including human smuggling. While the federal government perpetuates the lawlessness destroying this country, my office works day in and day out to hold these organizations responsible for worsening illegal immigration.”

Similarly, in a post on X about the suit, he said, “Today, I’m suing to end NGO’s operations in Texas. The chaos at the southern border has created an environment where NGOs, funded with taxpayer money from the Biden Administration, facilitate astonishing horrors including human smuggling. While the federal government perpetuates the lawlessness destroying this country, my office works day in and day out to hold these organizations responsible for worsening illegal immigration.

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