Immigration & Emerging Communities
What's changing? When does it go into effect? How does it affect me? Find the answers to these and other questions here.
In California, where 83 percent of unauthorized immigrants are estimated to have lived in the U.S. for five years or more, the effects could be staggering.
In immigration news: Executive action details, GOP backlash, a 'disproportionate' effect in California, more
It's expected that President Obama's executive action plan will offer relief from deportation to certain groups of immigrants, such as the parents of U.S. citizens. This and more.
President Obama is now expected to announce his much-anticipated executive action on immigration Thursday. This and more.
The Pew Research Center finds the total number of immigrants here in the U.S. unlawfully is unchanged, but East Coast states are seeing gains while border states like California have seen declines.
Pro-bono legal providers who handle immigration cases are bracing themselves for the workload if President Obama extends protection from deportation to more immigrants.
Some Central American immigrants who have legal status will be allowed to petition to bring children from their home countries into the United States as refugees.
In immigration news: Executive action, legislative blowback, planned GOP border bill, CA driver's licenses, more
As the Obama administration prepares to announce plans for executive action on immigration, GOP leaders are considering ways to block it. This and more.
The MTA board delayed a decision until February, allowing more time for public input on plans to construct 120,000 square feet of retail and medical office space.
The number of Chinese coming to California will double by 2017, according to the nonprofit Visit California. That number is only expected to grow.
Senate Republicans plan to pin Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch on immigration; activists predict an executive order could come in mid-December, and more.
In immigration news: The coming executive action war, another blow for SB 1070, how relatives' status affects Latino health coverage, more
As President Obama contemplates taking executive action on immigration, GOP leaders are preparing for a fight. This and more.
The iconic plaza, long home to musicians seeking work, could be transformed if the MTA Board approves plans for new retail and office construction surrounding it.
Applicants who cannot provide an approved passport or consular card will be allowed to present other documents, ranging from birth certificates to mortgage bills.
GOP warns Obama against unilateral action,while immigrants are counting on it.
Southern California's Filipino-American community, the country's largest, continues to raise funds and plan relief missions for Haiyan survivors