The Tonayense hearing date is on the agenda.
New Art Exhibition follows 20 years of immigration law in San Francisco. By AMANDA MARTINEZ
Trying to find a witty way to compare sanctuary city to a hamburger.
While Medjool and Zazie break ranks on Healthy SF, did Mayor Newsom break the law? UPDATED 5:38 p.m. M.I.A. Hates on D. Y?
Supervisors support due process for immigrant youth despite potential lawsuits.
The Public Safety Committee voted in favor of increasing sanctuary protections for minors facing deportation.
Sheila Chung Hagen worked effectively behind the scenes on the Sanctuary Ordinance.
Supes reverse policy of reporting youth charged with felonies to immigration authorities.
The stage is set for a showdown between the mayor and the board of supervisors.
Campos seeks legal opinion on the legality of Mayor Gavin Newsom's refusal to enforce the sanctuary city amendment En Español
Juvenile Probation Department refuses to implement new policy. En Español
At today’s Board of Supervisor’s meeting, Supervisor David Campos will introduce legislation to urge San Francisco to aid in the humanitarian effort for the thousands of migrant children coming to the U.S., and San Francisco, to flee violence in Central America. Campos is requesting a special hearing at the Neighborhood Services and Safety Committee. It’s his hope that the city...
El Área de la Bahía, y en particular la Misión, ha sido desde hace tiempo un refugio para inmigrantes que han huido de sus países natales en busca de asilo. Sin embargo, con el aumento en la cantidad de migrantes menores que escapan una aguda violencia en Centroamérica, las organizaciones en defensa de inmigrantes en el Distrito de la Misión...
San Francisco supervisors unanimously adopted a non-binding policy Tuesday refusing to cooperate with a federal program that collects immigration details about suspects that makes it easier to deport undocumented immigrants. Supervisor John Avalos said that if local communities saw a link between law enforcement and immigration enforcement, “it would completely undermine… the trust we are trying to build within our city.” Immigrant advocates have...
To defend undocumented immigrants from incarceration and deportation under a Donald Trump administration, Supervisor David Campos and other city officials are pushing for $5 million in funding to hire attorneys to the Public Defender’s office and community nonprofits. Campos’s joint proposal with Public Defender Jeff Adachi hinges on the idea that those facing immigration proceedings should have legal counsel, like...