The crush of undocumented immigrants applying for a new Assembly Bill 60 driver’s license have led to even longer lines at many DMV offices in California.
A Van Nuys man faced multiple criminal charges Thursday for illegally practicing immigration law, prosecutors said Thursday.
Mayor Eric Garcetti was among more than 30 mayors to go to court Monday in an effort to oppose a lawsuit to block President Obama’s immigration reform plan.
Some school board members have signaled support for a plan to provide free legal aid to what officials say would be a “limited number” of students who are facing deportation.
A state court determined Friday that a Los Angeles Police Department policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after police stops is lawful and can remain in place.
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Nearly 2,000 showed up for the event, many of whom hoped to find out if they are eligible under the order, which promises, among other things, to shield parents of U.S.-born children from deportation for three years.
Thousands of immigrants turned out for a forum in Downtown L.A. Sunday to learn about President Obama’s immigration reform plan.
The number of people making appointments to apply for a California driver’s license more than doubled in late November — a possible sign of demand for a new license that will soon become available to immigrants in the country illegally, an official said Monday.
State officials are warning residents to beware of scammers targeting illegal immigrants who want to take advantage of President Barack Obama’s newly announced executive order on immigration.
Listeners were invited to ask questions by calling 1-866-569-1070 or through Twitter using #knximmigration.
Loyola Marymount University Professor Michael Genovese stopped by KCAL9 Saturday to discuss the context surrounding the issue.
Millions of immigrants who lack legal status in California would be eligible for protection from deportation and a federal permit to work legally under a plan announced by President Barack Obama.
Analysts say an estimated 2.5 million undocumented immigrants who live in California could be affected by President Obama’s expected executive order.
Immigrants in the country illegally already are flooding attorneys’ offices with calls to see if they can qualify under President Barack Obama’s yet-to-be-announced plan to shield as many as 5 million immigrants from deportation.