A growing number of women from China and Taiwan are coming to the Bay Area to have their babies and get U.S. Citizenship for their children. So-called “maternity homes” have popped up in Foster City, Fremont, and San Jose.
Suke Haan Yu Cheng came to the United States in 2004 and just this week, the 100-year-old Fremont woman became a U.S. citizen.
An increasing number of people in San Francisco’s Latino community are being victimized by individuals providing fraudulent immigration services, but the city’s district attorney is starting a public awareness campaign.
Santa Clara County officials claim that close to 200,000 people who are eligible have not naturalized, reducing the pool of individuals who have a voice in the political system.
A San Jose man is spending the first days of a three-year prison sentence for lying on a naturalization form.
The Senate’s block of the procedural vote on the DREAM Act has the future of young illegal immigrants looking to gain citizenship status in the U.S. very much in doubt.
Congress is expected to vote sometime this week on a bill that would expedite U.S. citizenship for students who are in this country illegally.