Immigration & Emerging Communities
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.
The California Republican party this weekend voted to remove a statement from its platform that read "allowing illegal immigrants to remain in California undermines respect for the law."
In August, 4,506 children were apprehended along the Southwest border. The Obama administration said the 8 percent increase from last month was "concerning."
They came to the U.S. when their husbands were hired for high-skilled positions. A new federal policy allows them to work, but the job market is not kind.
State officials are investigating a local company that marketed a product called "GemCoin," billed as a virtual currency backed by gemstones.
Known as "China's Twitter," Weibo is how many San Gabriel Valley officials communicate and build bonds with their immigrant communities.
Last month, the city council appointed two men who don't have legal immigration status to serve as commissioners. That ignited protests, which have delayed their start
The State Department says the U.S. will accept more than 5000 refugees next year. Local Syrian Americans say it's not enough.
As more Chinese investors look to build in the city, El Monte's leaders are cracking down on illegal dumping. They also fought to keep a county probation center out.
It's a $500 million industry in LA. As vendors wait for a legalization plan at city hall, some have moved forward, securing health permits and renting commercial space
A new study from the Migration Policy Institute shows a slowdown in apprehensions at the U.S. border, thanks in part to increased efforts by Mexico.