Anand Sundaram, one of the founders of the Santa Clara-based Immigration Voice, has even garnered the support of Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-San Jose), who co-authored the legislation.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has launched a new policy for immigrant victims.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee signed an ordinance with hopes of ensuring workers are getting overtime and minimum wage pay from their employers.
Officials with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Office want victims to know that they are available for help.
The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office is expanding victim services, offering help now in both the Mission and the Bayview districts.
East Bay leaders are appealing to the Obama administration to stop the so-called “silent raids,” which have led to hundreds of firings across the country.
The Richmond City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a municipal identification card program for city residents.
In his travels About the Bay, KCBS reporter Mike Sugerman looks at the difficulties facing day laborers, who are struggling to find work in these tough economic times.
Three high school juniors from East San Jose were selected to be a part of an elite group of teens from across the nation, joining the Congressional Page Program.
A new survey by a well-respected non-profit that does outreach to low-income immigrant communities in San Jose finds a severe lack of trust in police, and now outreach is underway to improve police-community relations.