Immigration Officials: Marijuana Involvement Can Imperil CitizenshipImmigration authorities: Anyone with any involvement with marijuana, regardless of whether it's legal in the state where they live, can be denied citizenship.
Most Provisions Of California Sanctuary Laws Upheld By San Francisco Appeals CourtA federal appeals court ruled in San Francisco on Thursday that most of three California laws aimed at protecting residents from federal immigration enforcement can remain in place.
Sign Criticizing Liccardo, Santa Clara County's Sanctuary Policy Removed From WallA makeshift sign criticizing San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and Santa Clara County over the county's sanctuary policy was removed on Tuesday.
Trump Administration Considered Dumping Immigration Detainees In San FranciscoThe Trump Administration’s plan to get revenge on cities like San Francisco has been exposed.
Trump Administration Appeals Judge's Ruling On Asylum PolicyThe Trump administration appealed a judge's ruling Wednesday that would block it from returning asylum seekers to Mexico to await court hearings.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Hears Of Salvadorans' Struggles In Visit To Central AmericaCalifornia has more Salvadorans than any other state, and Newsom is in the country to learn more about why thousands are fleeing for the U.S.
SF Judge Blocks Trump Administration Policy Of Returning Asylum Seekers To MexicoA U.S. judge in San Francisco has blocked the Trump administration's policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico as they wait for a court to hear their cases.
Hayward Construction Company Owner Convicted Of Horrendous Abuse Of Illegal WorkersA federal jury has convicted a Hayward construction company owner of recruiting workers to illegally come to the Bay Area from Mexico and then forcing them to work for little pay and under threats of violence to them and their families.
100K From Honduras, Nepal Temporarily Allowed To Stay In U.S.About 100,000 Hondurans and Nepalese have been granted the temporary right to remain in the U.S. for the time being under an agreement filed in federal court in San Francisco
9th Circuit Panel in S.F. Rules That Rejected Asylum Seekers Can Appeal in U.S. CourtsA three-judge panel at a federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled Thursday that asylum seekers who are turned away after an initial interview with U.S. immigration officials are entitled to challenge those actions in the U.S. court system.
State Claims Federal Immigration Detainees Lack Access To Proper Health CareDetainees confined to federal immigration detention facilities located in California have inadequate access to health care, lawyers and family, state Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Tuesday.