In the current political climate, there is little hope for a similar reprieve for the estimated million people living illegally in the United States. President Donald Trump has promised to implement a deportation force, build a wall on the southern border, and cut legal immigration in half. If anything, Texas is leading the crackdown. This month, a new state law is scheduled to go into effect: Senate Bill 4, which will allow police officers to ask anyone they’ve detained for their documents — for any reason. It could potentially upend Fort Worth’s policing strategy of working closely with immigrant communities to combat crime. “Who are they going to trust?” Segura asks.