California legislators passed an invoice early ‘life was imple’ to safeguard the state’s undocumented residents from federal immigration government bodies.
In November 2016, the College of California issued an announcement of Concepts meant for undocumented students, proclaiming that campus police officials won’t use federal agencies to enforce immigration law.
California’s condition Senate voted 27-11 to approve Senate Bill 54, unofficially referred to as “sanctuary state” bill, which limits condition and native government bodies from dealing with federal agencies to enforce immigration law. The balance also prevents law enforcement from asking individuals regarding their immigration status or arresting individuals on civil immigration warrants.
However, jail officials are permitted to help federal agencies if the undocumented individual continues to be charged of certain crimes. This provision towards the bill was added included in an agreement between Gov. Jerry Brown and condition legislative leaders the 2009 week.