How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Immigration officials to monitor Pasadena 911 caller, Obama's uncle faces deportation, feds plan to sue Arpaio, mo

Immigration Agency Monitors, Postpones Deportation for Pasadena 911 Caller - NBC Oscar Carrillo, the 911 caller arrested on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter after a false report that played into the police shooting death of 19-year-old Kendrec McDade, has been released from jail and will be electronically monitored by immigration officials.

President Obama's uncle summoned to meeting with immigration officials to discuss deportation to Kenya - Boston Globe President Obama's half-uncle Onyango Obama, an undocumented immigrant arrested last year, is reportedly set to meet with immigration officials next week to discuss deportation to his native Kenya, though it's not clear if he'll be deported.

Tough law to combat illegal immigration dies in Mississippi - Los Angeles Times A strict Mississippi anti-illegal immigration bill, similar to measures in neighboring states, has died in a state Senate committee. The law would have had local authorities checking for immigration status, among other things.

Most Ala. firms miss immigration goal - Associated Press In Alabama, tens of thousands of Alabama businesses have missed an April 1 deadline to register with E-Verify, a federal database used to check job applicants' immigration status, as set by the state's recently enacted anti-illegal immigration law.

Government plans to sue Arizona sheriff for targeting Latinos - Chicago Tribune After a breakdown in settlement talks, the Obama administration has announced it is preparing to sue Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his department in Arizona over civil rights violations.

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