Border Region

Posted by on Apr 11, 2018

SAN DIEGO, CA — Today, Gov. Jerry Brown announced that he plans to deploy up to 400 National Guard troops throughout the state to help support existing “transnational crime”...

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Immigration Reform

SDIRC Denounces Cruel Decision to End TPS for El Salvador

Posted by on Jan 8, 2018

SAN DIEGO, CA — The Trump administration announced today that it will end the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 200,000 Salvadorans who have been living, working and...

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Union-Tribune: Military service leads to U.S. citizenship

Posted by on Apr 22, 2016

By Tatiana Sanchez Daniel Torres, an unauthorized immigrant who enlisted in the Marine Corps using a false birth certificate, became an American citizen on Thursday. He is likely...

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Deferred Action

Posted by on Mar 5, 2018

Local organizations are helping current DACA recipients renew their status San Diego, CA – Today is President Trump’s artificial deadline to end the Deferred Action for...

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Recent Posts

San Diego Stands for California Values, Votes to Fight Against Trump’s Lawsuit

SAN DIEGO, CA — The San Diego City Council voted to join an amicus brief filed by Santa Clara County against the Trump administration’s lawsuit targeting California laws that strengthen public safety while protecting families from the president’s deportation force.

Statement on Board of Supervisors’ Decision to Support Trump’s Lawsuit

San Diego –  The San Diego County Board of Supervisors’ voted today to support the Trump administration’s misguided lawsuit against California policies that strengthen public safety while protecting families from the president’s deportation force.

San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts Urges County to ‘Stay Out of the Issue’

The San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium met with the office of San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts to discuss the upcoming decision from the county on if they will join the Trump administration’s lawsuit against Senate Bill 54, known as the “California Values Act.” Supervisor Roberts has urged the county supervisors to stay out of the issue citing, “…we are asked to weigh in on issues…where we have no direct control and responsibility to act.” See below for a photocopy of his letter.