By Brittany Le
AsAmNews Staff writer
Important tests are now being conducted to see if doctor’s can proceed with the stem cell transplant that could save the life of leukemia patient Helen Huynh.
Immigration authorities had persistently denied Huynh’s sister Thuy Nguyen an emergency visa to come … Read more
An Orange County woman should now be able to get the life saving treatment that immigration authorities had denied her the chance to get.
A customer at a Thai restaurant in Redondo Beach scrawled a racist message on his bill rather than leave a customary tip, reports NBC LA.
A photo of that message has gone viral on Twitter and many are reacting angrily.
The waitress at the Bamboo Thai Bistro is here in the U.S. legally on … Read more
Asian Americans Advancing Justice (Advancing Justice) decried this week’s U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling in Scialabba v. Cuellar de Osorio (formerly Mayorkas v. Cuellar de Osorio), involving the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA).
The Court has ruled that the CSPA does not protect the children of all family immigrant visa applicants from “aging out” of … Read more
The new survey released today by National Asian American Survey polled policy priorities and issues important to Asian Americans. More than 4,700 Asian Americans were polled from July 30, 2012 and October 21, 2012.
Among the priorities discovered:
–58% of Asian Americans support citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
–54% cite visa backlogs as a major … Read more