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The 3 California laws that sparked a lawsuit

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| The suit says California is deliberately trying to obstruct immigration enforcement with these recently passed laws. Here's what they do.

Vietnamese immigrants facing deportation sue for release

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A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Vietnamese immigrants who came to the country to escape their war-torn country and are now being detained by the government.

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Supreme Court ruling means immigrants could continue to be detained indefinitely

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The court ruled that immigrants, even those who are permanent legal residents and asylees, have no right to periodic bond hearings, meaning they could possibly be held indefinitely in some cases.

What the Supreme Court ruling means for DACA recipients

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How does the U.S. Supreme Court's DACA decision affect young unauthorized immigrants with temporary work permits and deportation protection through the program?

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Supreme Court declines to take up 'Dreamers' case for now

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President Donald Trump had set March 5 as the end date for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. The court order says renewal applications must be accepted indefinitely.

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More ICE work site audits underway as enforcement steps up

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Federal immigration agents continue to visit L.A. businesses, gathering hiring records to see if any unauthorized immigrants have been hired.

Trump considers pulling ICE agents from California

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"Frankly, if I wanted to pull our people from California, you would have a crime nest like you've never seen," the President said.

Two-thirds of San Gabriel Valley's Asian-Americans are immigrants

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About 67 percent of the more than half a million Asians who call the San Gabriel Valley home are foreign-born, according to a new report.

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