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LA supervisors move against immigration consultant fraud

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| Los Angeles County officials will draft an ordinance to license local immigration consultants as a way of better regulating them.

Latino population growth slips behind Asian Americans, study finds

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A Pew Research Center study found the population growth among U.S. Latinos fell to 2.8 percent annually between 2007 and 2014, while for Asian Americans it increased to 3.4 percent.

CA bill seeks more health data on Asians, Pacific Islanders

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A bill headed to the governor’s office would require state health officials to collect data on 10 subgroups now labeled broadly as Asian or Pacific Islander.

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A Nation Engaged: Examining the fiscal impact of immigration

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Speaking about immigration Wednesday, Donald Trump stated that undocumented persons cost the US $113 billion. But that number doesn't tell the whole story.

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How Syrian refugees in Southern California are settling in

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More than 1,000 Syrian refugees have been resettled in California since last October when the U.S. began accepting migrants fleeing the war in their homeland.

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5 things to know about Obama's enforcement of immigration laws

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As Donald Trump prepares to flesh out his immigration platform in a speech Wednesday, here are five things to know about how President Obama has gone about enforcing current immigration laws.

Immigration plan would aid US startups' foreign investors

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A new proposal would allow foreigners who have invested in a U.S. startup and hold at least a 15 percent stake to receive temporary residency here.

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Bill to end private prisons for California immigrants moves forward

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A state bill that would bar cities and counties from contracting with for-profit prison operators to hold immigrant detainees clears the Assembly.