In Silicon Valley — a global hub for technology — many want to move here to fulfill their dreams. However, tightened U.S. regulations are not making it easy to get a visa.
To help green card holders become U.S. citizens, the Santa Clara County Citizenship Collaborative held its annual Citizenship Day at San Jose City College on April 12.
A Cambodian women’s group — the Devata Giving Circle — put on a talent showcase in San Francisco’s Mission District on Sept. 28, featuring a selection of Cambodian-American musicians and performers.
The March for Innovation hosted a live event in San Francisco where entrepreneurs discussed how the immigration bill in the Senate would affect their U.S. tech companies.
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Santa Clara County’s district attorney is asking law enforcement authorities to hold some immigrants so that federal officials can decide whether to deport them.
Close to 200 students packed a Stanford Entrepreneurship Week event focusing on how non-citizens attending U.S. colleges can navigate the immigration system once they start a company.
For decades, Silicon Valley has drawn foreign innovators and engineers from around the world. But some in the startup community say restrictive national immigration policies may drive some of the valley’s talent pool away.
While most girls her age are practicing with school sports teams or studying for the SATs, Kenia Miranda is lobbying government agencies in San Mateo County for improved immigrant rights.