In 1996, an undocumented young man in the Easy Bay was tired of being paid under the table for his work, so he decided to do something about his legal status. Two friends recommended him...
Filed under Bay Citizen, community, Crime, En Español, Featured, Front, Immigrant, Immigration, North Richmond, Uncategorized
Tagged A.P.C, Asylum, California Attorney General's Office, Central Legal de la Raza, Chief Trial Consel, fraud, immigrant, Landerholm Immigration, National Notary Association, NNA, Notario, Notario Público, notary fraud, Notary Public, Oakland, richmond, San Francisco, State Bar of California, undocumented residents, United States, United States Citizenship and Immigration Office, visa, Work Permit
On January 25, President Donald Trump signed an executive order denying federal funds to sanctuary cities, such as Oakland and Richmond. But Bay Area officials are pushing back and affirming the status of sanctuary cities.
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Tagged donald trump, federal funding, immigration, richmond, Sanctuary Cities, undocumented residents
Rosa Arriaga suffers from arthritis and asthma, as well as pain in her neck, hands and knee. She used to have frequent medical checkups to control these conditions, but then her health plan changed and...
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Tagged Community Clinic Consortium, contra costa, Contra Costa Board of Supervisors, Contra Costa Supervisor John Gioia, health, Hospitals, Medical services, one contra costa, pilot program, undocumented residents
Lidia Arizmendi has been waiting a year and a half for kidney stone surgery. A diabetic, she has no health care insurance, and because she is an undocumented immigrant, she has had few options to...
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Tagged board of supervisors, contra costa, Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, Greater Richmond, health, healthcare, immigration, undocumented, undocumented residents
On Aug. 8, Pedro Gutierrez was driving to his job as a carpenter in his black 1992 Ford Mustang. He turned off Cutting Boulevard just a block away from his work when he spotted a...
5 Comments Filed under Crime, Front, Government
Tagged cars, CCISCO, immigration, impounding, Juan Reardon, Mark Gagan, Pedro Gutierrez, richmond police department, Richmond Progressive Alliance, Roberto Reyes, undocumented residents