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Beaumont City Council To Consider Opting-Out of SB54!

Beaumont City Council To Consider Opting-Out of SB54!

Beaumont, CA – The Beaumont City Council is to consider Opting-Out of SB54, the California Sanctuary State Bill at the April 17, 2018 meeting.  If passed, the city of Beaumont will be the first in Riverside County.  This protest movement, already gaining ground in 9 cities in Orange and San Diego Counties so far, declares […]

Report: Caravan Of Over 1,300 Central Americans En Route to U.S.

Report: Caravan Of Over 1,300 Central Americans En Route to U.S.

On March 25th, a caravan of about 1,350 Central American migrants started a trip from the City of Tapachula on the Mexico-Guatemala border to the United States. The journey is being organized by Pueblos Sin Fronteras (People Without Borders), although the migrants are responsible for their own food and water. The migrants plan to reach the U.S. […]

Trump: No More DACA Deal

Trump: No More DACA Deal

U.S. President Donald Trump called for tougher immigration laws Sunday, vowing that there would be no deal for DACA recipients. “Border Patrol Agents are not allowed to properly do their job at the Border because of ridiculous liberal (Democrat) laws like Catch & Release,” Trump wrote on Twitter Sunday morning.

Immigration Enforcement: Just as Bad for Americans as it is for Immigrants

Immigration Enforcement: Just as Bad for Americans as it is for Immigrants

  By Thomas L. Knapp According to President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Oakland, California mayor Libby Schaaf prevented nearly 800 arrests by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in early March. That sounds like wishful thinking, but presumably Schaaf’s warning to the public of impending ICE sweeps helped at least some undocumented […]

California accounts for 14 percent of immigration arrests, Justice Department says

California accounts for 14 percent of immigration arrests, Justice Department says

More than 2,828 illegal immigrants were apprehended in California during Fiscal Year 2017, the Department of Justice said in a recent court filing. That accounts for nearly 14 percent of illegal …

‘Dreamers’ deadline to come and go with no action by US Congress

‘Dreamers’ deadline to come and go with no action by US Congress

Congress will hit an initial deadline Monday for resolving the fate of “Dreamers,” with nothing to show for months of negotiations over nearly two million immigrants who arrived in the US illegally as children.

Latino Leadership Awards 2018 | El Concilio Family Services

Latino Leadership Awards 2018 | El Concilio Family Services

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USCIS Strengthens Protections to Combat H-1B Abuses

USCIS Strengthens Protections to Combat H-1B Abuses

WASHINGTON—The H-1B visa program generally allows a foreign employee to work for a specific sponsoring American employer. As is true in many employment situations, the location of work can change. USCIS has published a policy memorandum making clear that USCIS may request detailed documentation to ensure a legitimate employer-employee relationship is maintained while an employee […]

Congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. does Oxnard

Congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. does Oxnard

By George Miller Congressional (CD26) primary candidate and actor Antonio Sabato, Jr. visited Oxnard on Wednesday for what was billed as a “meet and greet” & Town Hall opportunity, but turned into a policy session mostly addressing guns and immigration. About 40 people came and went during a one hour+ session at downtown’s Cafe Tomas. […]

No immigration bill as feds ink contract to monitor license plates

No immigration bill as feds ink contract to monitor license plates

It was a busy week for immigration issues in Washington, DC — but it was also a busy week for immigration agents across the country who are stepping up arrests and finding new ways to track people. Immigration reform topped the agenda of the US Senate this week with lawmakers engaging in a no-holds-barred, old-fashion […]

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