Immigration & Emerging Communities
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Court interpreters ensure that judges, lawyers and those facing deportation all understand each other. But a contract and pay dispute may thin their ranks.
New foot patrols are stationed along Figueroa, where high-end shops have sprung up in recent years, but some residents say that's not where they're needed.
The Immigration Act of 1965 opened the doors to nationalities that were largely shut out before. Since then, 90 percent of U.S. immigrants hail from outside Europe.
The wave of migrants trying to reach the U.S. hasn't stopped. But in a major change, Mexico is rounding them up and sending them home before they reach the U.S. border.
Under California law, immigrants without legal status can apply for professional licenses. That's brought a new crop of students to one cosmetology school in Downey.
The alleged fraud scheme by U.S. Fine Investment Arts, Inc. involved a currency dubbed "Gemcoin" that was said to be backed by the value of the gemstone amber.
Asians will soon outnumber Latino immigrants coming to the U.S., that’s according to a new study on census data by the Pew Research Center. How will this shape U.S. culture over the next few decades?
All of the structures from the park will be sent to a refugee camp in Calais, France, to help build shelters.
The city has banned unpermitted business in parks and beaches, and enforcement begins Monday. Push cart vendors aren't eligible for permits, so some are on the move.
Armando Botello, a spokesman for the state's Department of Motor Vehicles, said Friday that the milestone was reached last week.
Though Sophie was selected to hand-deliver an immigration message to Francis, she crafted her own letter to the pope said the Full Rights for Immigrants Coalition.
Federal Judge Dolly M. Gee's ruling will let immigrants with serious mental disabilities request to have their cases reopened in hopes of returning to the U.S.
The U.S. will allow in 100,000 refugees starting in 2017, a 30 percent increase. Displaced Syrians will benefit most, but Africans are likely to follow.
She carried a T-shirt bearing a message about the status of immigrants in the U.S. and a letter that bore her name and address in suburban Los Angeles.
After hearing feedback from residents on how sheriff's deputies should police and detain deportable immigrants accused of crimes, the department released slightly updated policies.