Multi-American | How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: International student among two killed near USC, missing migrants, how to adjust immigration status, more

Two USC students shot to death near campus - Southern California Public Radio One of the two University of Southern California students shot to death in an apparent carjacking attempt near campus late last night has been identified as an international student from China.

Tucson man works to ID, find bodies of migrants - Arizona Daily Star A profile of Engel Indo, a technology liaison with the Office of the Medical Examiner in Pima County, Arizona and the Mexican Consulate. He plans to take volunteers into the desert to help find the missing.

Immigrants Gained Jobs Faster Than U.S.-Born Americans In Alabama, Georgia And Tennessee - Huffington Post An analysis of employment data from 2008 to 2010 showed that despite the recession, immigrants in these states experienced faster job growth than native-born workers. Alabama and Georgia have since had workers leave due to strict new immigration laws.

Condoleezza Rice at Duke: 'I don't know when immigrants became the enemy' - Miami Herald Some interesting comments on immigration and the failure of reforms from the former Bush administration Secretary of State, who spoke at Duke University in North Carolina on Tuesday night.

Criteria required for an immigrant to interview in United States for green card   - New York Daily News An overview of the rules and the process for adjusting immigration status, which is complicated. And "not everyone can," as the piece cautions.