Trump Moves To Bar People In US Illegally From Census Count; LA, California Officials Blast 'Xenophobia' A White House memorandum signed Tuesday by President Donald Trump seeking to bar people in the U.S. illegally from being counted in the 2020 Census drew immediate criticism from city and state officials.
Skywriting Planes In Southland Skies To Bring Attention To Immigrant DetentionFleets of planes are flying over immigration detention centers, courts and landmarks.
'Immigrants Are Not A Threat To America': Garcetti Calls On Increased Federal Funding For States, Cities Amid Coronavirus PandemicMayor Eric Garcetti said Tuesday in his daily coronavirus briefing that states and cities need increased financial support from the federal government to get through the crisis caused by the pandemic.
ICE Scales Back Enforcement Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe agency urged individuals not to avoid seeking medical care out of fear of civil immigration enforcement.
2019-20 California Budget: Emergency Housing For The Homeless, Health Care For Older Immigrants In US IllegallyCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a $329 billion budget plan Friday that includes providing emergency housing for the homeless and health care for 27,000 older immigrants in the country illegally.
LA City Councilman Blasts Homeless Housing Project, Says Latino Community 'Jeopardized'About 500 people from Councilman Cedillo's district waited for hours to be reunited with family members from Mexico.
California Files Suit Against Trump Administration's 'Public Charge' RuleCalifornia and several other states are fighting the Trump Administration's new immigration rule that would block people from being able to obtain green cards if they use Medicaid, food stamps or other public assistance programs.
New Trump Rules To Deny Green Cards To Immigrants Who Need Food StampsThe Trump administration on Monday rolled out a key item in its hardline immigration agenda that had been months in the making, issuing a sweeping rule targeting legal immigrants who use welfare benefits like food stamps and government-subsidized housing.
'It's Hurting My Family': Immigration Battle Strands Corona Father In Mexico For Admitting To Trying MarijuanaJose Palomar was brought to the United States as a 5-year-old child and was living under temporary legal status with his American wife and children — until he returned to Mexico in order to apply for permanent residency.
ICE Sweeps Pushed By Trump To Target Undocumented Families Yield Few ArrestsThere were more than 2,000 migrant families targeted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, but only 35 have been arrested — including 18 who had final deportation orders — and 17 others who were swept up in the raids, but were not targeted.
ICE Gets Expanded Power To Swiftly Deport More Undocumented ImmigrantsThe Trump administration is moving to significantly expand the number of undocumented immigrants who can be deported swiftly without a hearing in immigration court.