Daily Immigration News Clips – June 13, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 13, 2018


The Hill Trump officials consider using tent cities to house unaccompanied minors
By Luis Sanchez

McClatchy Trump looking to erect tent cities to house unaccompanied children

Texas Tribune Report: Trump administration considers Texas sites for tent cities for immigrant children

The Independent Trump administration launches new mission targeting immigrants suspected of 'cheating' to get citizenship
By Emily Shugerman

Bustle This Trump Immigration Policy Update Specifically Takes Aim At Citizenship "Cheaters"
By Mehreen Kasana

Quartz A task force will hunt down new Americans suspected of lying on citizenship applications
By Max de Haldevang

New York Times For Women, Decision by Sessions Puts Asylum Dreams Out of Reach
By Liz Robbins

New York Times Immigration Judges Express Fear That Sessions's Policies Will Impede Their Work
By Katie Benner

Reuters Thousands of U.S. Asylum Claims in Doubt After Sessions' Decision

CNN The massive asylum changes Jeff Sessions tucked into the footnotes
By Tal Kopan

NBC News Critics denounce Sessions' move to restrict asylum for domestic and gang violence victims
By Daniella Silva

Associated Press House Republicans to offer 2 separate bills on immigration

New York Times Ryan Sets Votes on Immigration as Moderates' Revolt Falls Short
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Thomas Kaplan

Wall Street Journal House GOP Leaders Fend Off Immigration Push by Centrist Republicans
By Kristina Peterson and Siobhan Hughes

Reuters House Speaker Ryan Sets Debate Next Week on 'Dreamer' Immigration Bills

Washington Post House to vote next week on two competing immigration bills after Republican negotiations on a compromise fall short
By Mike DeBonis

The Hill Republicans scramble for last-minute immigration deal

USA Today Paul Ryan announces two immigration votes, halts rogue effort to force DACA issue
By Eliza Collins

Bloomberg Immigration Rebellion in House Quelled With Promise of Votes
By Anna Edgerton and Erik Wasson

NPR House To Vote Next Week On Competing Immigration Bills
By Susan Davis

Associated Press Prisoners accused of illegally entering US held in Louisiana

Washington Post At the U.S. border, asylum seekers fleeing violence are told to come back later
By Robert Moore

KSAT 55 people, some minors, found in tractor-trailer in North Side neighborhood
By Mariah Medina

Associated Press California teen uses quinceanera to protest dad's detention

CNN As zero-tolerance immigration policy begins, parents and lawyers say family separations surge
By Ed Lavandera, Jason Morris and Darran Simon

The Hill Texas health inspectors find dozens of violations at shelters for immigrant children: report

CBS News Girl dances in quinceañera gown outside detention center where her father is being held

Vox People are dying because of the Trump administration's immigration policy
By Dara Lind

Associated Press Arguments Begin in Immigration Trial of Ex-Liberian Official June 12, 2018

USA Today All the ways President Trump is cutting legal immigration
By Alan Gomez

Gazette Xtra This town has a plan to protect children from ICE
By Matt Vasilogambros

WOSU Advocates Helping Families And Children Impacted By Ohio Immigration Raid
By Elizabeth Miller

American Magazine What we have learned 10 years after Postville, the largest immigration raid in U.S. history
By Julia Walsh

Denver Channel Fearing Deportation, Many Immigrants Are Avoiding Police And Courts
By Ben Schamisso

Associated Press Dean Heller, Jacky Rosen win primaries in Nevada Senate race

Associated Press Republican who backed Confederate memorials wins Senate nom
By Alan Suderman

Reuters Republican Sanford Loses in South Carolina After Trump Urges His Ouster

New York Times Obama-Linked Group to Mobilize Democrats in Battle for House
By Alexander Burns

Washington Post (Opinion) The Trump administration's immigration policy somehow gets crueler
By Jennifer Rubin

Forbes Op-Ed The Sessions Asylum Decision: What Are Its Implications?
By Stuart Anderson

CNN (Op-Ed) Padma Lakshmi: I could have been that immigrant child torn from her mother
By Padma Lakshmi

The Hill (Op-Ed) We must cease the inhumane practice of separating families apprehended on the border

The Hill (Op-Ed) To succeed economically, we need sound immigration policies - not scare tactics

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump administration's hypocritical immigration policies demand public outrage

Los Angeles Times (Opinion) Attention Jeff Sessions: Women are targeted because of their gender. That makes them deserving of asylum
By Scott Martelle

Washington Examiner (Op-Ed) 'Send them back' often means sentencing illegal immigrants to death
By Liz Wolfe


Associated Press (Rhode Island) RI Senators back bill opposing Trump's immigration policy

Indy Star (Indiana) Attorney General Jeff Sessions coming to Indiana to talk immigration
By Nate Chute

San Francisco Chronicle (Editorial) Editorial: While Congress sleeps, Trump is remaking immigration policy

My Central Jersey (Editorial) Trump's America means tearing families apart

WBUR (Opinion) Immigrant Families In Mass. Shouldn't Have To Live In Fear Of The Police
By Lara Jirmanus