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In immigration news: Asian migration rate tops that of Latinos in Calif., driver's licenses for undocumented, more

Businesses in Westminster, Calif.'s Little Saigon.
Businesses in Westminster, Calif.'s Little Saigon.
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Asian immigrants in California eclipse Latinos in past decade - Sacramento Bee Census figures indicate that the percentage of immigrants from Asia coming to California is more than twice that of those coming from Latin American countries.

'Make Me Asian' app removed from Google Play store - NPR After a petition drive and widespread criticsm, Google Play has removed the app that allowed players to change their features and portray themselves as Asian stereotypes.

Playboy playmate faces immigration charges - Fox News Latino Former playmate Colleen Shannon, 34, faces federal charges of trying to smuggle her Canadian boyfriend into the United States. He would have been unable to enter legally due to a criminal record.

Citing Rubio's ideas on immigration reform, White House sees hope for bipartisan deal - Washington Post "White House press secretary Jay Carney said that (Sen. Marco) Rubio’s proposals to offer more visas to highly skilled tech workers and potentially provide legal status and citizenship to many of the nation’s 11 million illegal immigrants 'bode well for a productive, bipartisan debate.' ”

With reverse migration, children of immigrants chase 'American dream' abroad - KCET On how some children of immigrants, particularly from Asian American families, are pursuing career opportunities tied to their parents' homeland.

Could licenses for undocumented immigrants make the roads safer? - Associated Press A new California study cites the dangers of unlicensed drivers on the roads, fueling an argument made by advocates of driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants.

CNN moves beyond cable with CNN Latino - Hollywood Reporter The cable network has hired KTLA reporter Elizabeth Espinosa to host a nightly magazine show; it will be part of an eight hour bloc of Spanish-language programming. The programming will debute Jan. 28 in Los Angeles.