Alexander Burgos fled gang taxes, threats, extortion and death in Honduras, ending up at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Long Beach where he has been living for more than a year seeking asylum.
With news of dozens of Cambodian nationals deported to their home country earlier this week, advocates locally have been warning community members of planned ICE raids in the coming weeks.
byThe Associated PressinImmigration
A federal judge on Wednesday blocked Trump administration policies that prevented immigrants who suffered gang violence or domestic abuse in their home countries from seeking asylum.
Following a shortlived "Kill the Gays" law in Uganda that resulted in a mass exodus, LGBTQ refugees have found themselves in Long Beach where they have created a haven in Alamitos Beach.
byStephanie Rivera and The Associated PressinImmigration
A rally is scheduled to take place Thursday at Harvey Milk Promenade Park in support of Central American migrants in Tijuana following reports of U.S. border patrol agents throwing tear gas at a crowd during a clash over the...
The Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition is holding a donation drive for Central American migrants currently at the Tijuana-San Diego border where they plan to seek asylum.
The Long Beach City Council will decide Tuesday whether it should partner with a national nonprofit that would oversee a legal defense fund program for local immigrants facing deportation proceedings—a component of a city resolution approved this spring supporting...
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