Fears of immigration raids after reports of ICE sweep in Bay Area

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.

Acting mayor supports immigrant resource center in SF Bayview

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.

Deportation fears for many in U.S. on TPS status

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.