How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: India challenges U.S. immigration rules, Alabama law under review, immigration and wrestling, more

Immigration chief outlines his priorities - Atlanta Journal-Contitution In an interview, director of U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Services Alejandro Mayorkas talks about processing times for immigrants and defends E-Verify as "extremely accurate."

India challenges U.S. immigration rules at WTO - Reuters India has launched a complaint with the World Trade Organization over high the cost of U.S. work visas. The complaint alleges the visas' cost is too high and discriminates against Indian IT firms.

Alabama Immigration Law Under Review by Legislative Committee - Fox News Latino The Alabama legislature is starting a review of the state's recently enacted anti-illegal immigration law, considered the nation's strictest, this week in response to months of complaints and economic issues. 

Immigration program might help fund Rays stadium - Tampa Bay Tribune Business leaders hoping to fund a new football stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays are looking into luring investors via the use of EB-5 visa, which allows green cards for wealthy foreigners willing to invest at least $500,000 to create jobs in the U.S.

'Crusader' against illegal immigration brings his message to the mat - Los Angeles Times More on the villainous wrestling lucha libre character known as "RJ Brewer," named for the Arizona governor, and the popularity of his immigration-themed Mexican wrestling matches.

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