Immigration & Emerging Communities
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As the genocide's 100th anniversary approaches, the memory of the killings in 1915 is still vivid for Armenian-Americans whose ancestors survived generations ago.
The practice of allowing immigrants with criminal records to stay in the U.S. has faced growing scrutiny.
Under a federal judge's ruling, the Obama administration is temporarily barred from implementing policies that would allow as many as five million people in the U.S. illegally to remain.
Democrats who control the governor's office and both chambers of the Legislature have said they want to find ways for immigrants to come out of the state's economic shadows.
The bill, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law in 2013, allows any California resident to apply for a driver’s license regardless of immigration status
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The L.A. city council remains stalled on a set of regulations to legalize street vending. Venders, meanwhile, ask police to limit who they cite.
There are more than 50,000 street vendors in LA. They say their trade needs to be legalized, so that police can't cite them and confiscate their carts.
The rate of home ownership peaked before the recession and has been falling since. Experts say credit is too tight.
Post recession, more are finding work in restaurants, manufacturing, and small business
In immigration news: Homeland Security official accused of favoritism, child migrants in court, executive action lawsuit, more
A top Homeland Security officials is accused of political favoritism in a report following an internal investigation. This and more.
Of more than 25,000 child migrants who entered the immigration court system after last July, almost 19,000 have cases still pending. But some kids are finding relief.
In immigration news: Executive action lawsuit, foreign-born cops, US immigration history chart, more
More law enforcement agencies are moving toward letting foreign-born legal residents join their ranks. This and more.
Legislation would prevent immigrants who obtain temporary legal status under Obama's immigration plan from being eligible to claim the Earned Income Tax Credit retroactively. This and more.
Among those who came to listen to him speak were immigrants who fear for their families - and some directly affected by violence.