Authorities are putting a planned U.S. Border Patrol effort to bring nearly 300 Central American migrants from South Texas to Southern California on hold – and critics are applauding the move.
A 20-year-old California law that prohibits undocumented immigrants from accessing public healthcare, welfare and other benefits may soon be coming off the books.
Officials in Los Angeles County and over a dozen other counties in Southern California are no longer honoring requests from federal immigration agents, according to a report.
There’s a lot riding on a California law to grant driver’s licenses to immigrants in the country illegally and supporters are already preparing prospective drivers to pass the test required to get one.
Immigration advocates are filing suit against the federal government, saying immigration officials are violating their own rules by failing to provide a speedy hearing to some immigrants who face deportation.
Their reunion was two years in the making.
A campaign warning Angelenos that marriage fraud is a federal crime that carries significant prison sentences and possible six-figure fines is set to kick off next week.
A drowning pregnant woman and suspected undocumented immigrant was rescued this week from a Southern California canal, authorities said.
The California Supreme Court announced Thursday it will grant a law license to a man living in the U.S. illegally who graduated from law school and passed the state bar exam.
Two Los Angeles City Council members joined with immigration rights activists Wednesday in support of a resolution urging President Obama to stop immigration deportations.
Detective Gus Villanueva said the people arrested have been turned over to federal authorities.
A handful of immigration reform activists were set to begin a four-day fast Monday outside the offices of an Orange County lawmaker.
A group of protesters say they want former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to step down from her new job as president of the University of California.
With a solemnity reserved for momentous occasions, the Senate passed historic legislation Thursday offering the priceless hope of citizenship to millions of immigrants living illegally in America’s shadows.
Federal prosecutors say 47-year-old Mai Nhu Nguyen was indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday on three counts of solicitation of a bribe by a public official.