Path To U.S. Citizenship Can Be Long, Costly JourneyIn Fair Oaks, 16 people became U.S. citizens at a ceremony on Thursday, and we talked with some of them about their journey to citizenship.
California Immigrant Children Brought Illegally Can Get State-Funded Health CareState officials expect as many as 185,000 children under age 19 to join Medi-Cal in the first year - about three-quarters of the estimated 250,000 eligible youth.
Majority Of Immigrant Children Who Arrive Alone Placed With Adults In U.S. IllegallyThe Department of Health and Human Services provided data showing that 80 percent of the 71,000 mostly Central American children placed between February 2014 and September 2015 were sent to sponsors who were not here legally.
Court: Alcoholism Not A Reason To Deny Deportation ReliefThe court said a medical condition can't be used as an example of bad character to deny people relief from deportation orders.
Feds Charge Sacramento Man In Seven-State Immigration ScamHe was indicted Thursday for offering adult adoptions as a pathway to citizenship for people who were in the country illegally. Adult adoptions are legal, but officials say they don't affect immigration status.
Prosecutor: California Man Abducted Teen From Mexico, Forced Her To Marry HimIn opening statements Thursday, prosecutor Whitney Bokosky says the girl remained with Isidro Garcia out of fear until she finally went to the police in 2014.
Nearly 100 Mexicans Seek Return To US Under Legal SettlementNearly 100 Mexicans have sought to return to the U.S. by Wednesday's deadline under the settlement of a class-action lawsuit that accused federal immigration officials in Southern California of failing to advise people of their rights.
Growers Feeling Pinch Of Reported Net Loss Of Mexican ImmigrantsMat Conant of Conant Orchards in Sutter County is having trouble with his walnut harvest as many of his workers from Mexico aren’t sticking around.
Study Finds More Mexicans Leaving The US Than ComingMore Mexicans are leaving the United States than migrating into the country, marking a reversal of one of the most significant immigration trends in U.S. history.
Syrian Refugees In Sacramento Thankful For Opportunity To Come to United StatesFrom inside his home, Muhammad Dawarah and his wife show photos of his brother and his 8-year-old nephew. Both were killed in the Syrian civil war he and his wife fled with their five children.
Kathryn Steinle's Parents Say Bureaucratic Bungling Contributed To Her Death
California Removes 'Alien' From Labor Code To Describe Foreign-Born WorkersThe state began using the term "alien" in 1937 to describe people who are not born or naturalized citizens in the United States.