By Ted Laguatan
President Obama’s recent Executive Order legalizing millions of undocumented immigrants will mark him in history as a great President. Undocumented immigrants are the modern day slaves in American society. In constant fear, living in substandard conditions, paid low wages for backbreaking work, subjected to all kinds of abuse and exploitation — they […]
By Cecile Caguingin Ochoa
Immigration activists and community members attending at a “Watch Party” on November 20 at the Pilipino Workers’ Center (PWC) offices in Historic Filipino Town hailed President Obama’s televised announcement of his executive action on immigration.
By Viji Sundaram
It’s not easy to watch someone die, but that was the reality for Beatrice Sanchez, an undocumented Filipina immigrant, who watched her mother’s health spiral down for nearly a decade.
New York City’s Department of Correction and the Police Department will no longer honor immigration holds issued by the federal government unless they are accompanied by a judge’s warrant, according to the ordinance passed by the City Council on October 22.
By Mico Letargo
Very few Filipinos are showing interest in a new law that would provide a driver’s license to all Californians regardless of immigration status, even as advocacy groups and community leaders on October 3 celebrated at the steps of City Hall the one-year anniversary signing of AB 60’s signing.