A British family says they have been “traumatized” by detention conditions after they accidentally crossed the United States-Canada border into the state of Washington during a family vacation and were promptly arrested by U.S. authorities before being moved to a detention facility.
The House of Representatives voted down one immigration bill on Thursday and delayed a vote on another. Meanwhile, The federal government is making plans to house as many as 20,000 migrants at military bases in the south.
In a country divided, union and religious groups are coming together to lift others up in song. Many are outraged in the Bay Area after ICE announced immigration audits on nearly 80 businesses from San Francisco to Sacramento. Cristina Rendon reports.
Immigrant advocacy groups rallied on behalf of an undocumented immigrant on Friday in San Francisco. Tara Moriarty reports.
The increasingly tense battle over immigration policy in the Bay Area has some mayors willing to risk personal freedom to support sanctuary cities.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that an unnamed source said U.S. immigration officials are looking to arrest more than 1,500 undocumented people in the Bay Area in an upcoming sweep. Fears are ramping up in the community but high-profile politicians are backing sanctuary cities and have demanded to know the extent of ICE's plans.
Immigrant leaders in San Francisco say their community is is breathing a collective sigh of relief since a judge with the city's Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals barred the Trump Administration from rescinding DACA or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Advocates say California is home to more than 55,000 TPS (Temporary Protected Status) recipients from El Salvador. The Trump administration announced today that they will be ending special protections for immigrants from El Salvador.
California is one step closer to becoming a so-called Sanctuary State. On Friday, the State Assembly approved Senate Bill 54 by a vote of 49-to-25.
Maguiber Ramos has three children and his wife will deliver his fourth in just two weeks, which was one of the reasons an immigration judge freed him in Oakland on $350,000 bond.
Several hundred people protested outside the Alameda County Sheriff's office in Oakland Wednesday evening, facing a line of deputies and waving signs that called for Sheriff Greg Ahern to stop cooperating with federal immigration officials.
Half of an Oakland family of six, including a nurse at Highland Hospital, is being forced to self-deport next week, and U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein is getting involved in their case.
The Alameda County sheriff spoke about the department's policies on immigration. Jana Katsuyama reports.
President Trump's immigration policy has sparked fears among people who are legal immigrants. Cristina Rendon reports.
A Napa woman is concerned that she may be deported during the Trump administration's crackdown on immigration. Cristina Rendon reports.
A North Bay congressman is taking up the cause of an undocumented construction worker who was deported. Supporters say President Trump's immigration crackdown is reaching too far.
Citing a loss of federal funding for cities that don't cooperate with federal immigration law, the city of Pittsburg decided to not move forward to become a sanctuary city.
Police Chiefs from Santa Clara County assembled today and spoke in one voice, saying Uncle Sam is on his own when it comes to the undocumented.
Will Donald Trump's immigration plans affect California farm workers? Ken Wayne explores the possibilities.
A group of clergy in San Francisco met Tuesday to discuss how to provide sanctuary for immigrants as the Trump administration outlined a new tough stance on immigration enforcement.