Daily Immigration News Clips – November 7, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 7, 2017

National

Politico DHS extends protected visa status for Hondurans, but ends it for Nicaraguans
By Ted Hesson

New York Times About 2,500 Nicaraguans to Lose Special Permission to Live in U.S.
By Ron Nixon

Wall Street Journal U.S. Phases Out Deportation Protection for Nicaraguans
By Alicia Caldwell

Washington Post DHS ends protected immigration status for Nicaraguans, but Hondurans get extension
By Nick Miroff

Los Angeles TImes Trump administration ending protections for thousands of Nicaraguan migrants, defers decision on Hondurans
By Joseph Tanfani

The Hill Trump administration cancels immigration benefits for 5K people
By Rafael Bernal

Vox The Trump administration is plunging 57,000 Honduran immigrants into limbo
By Dara Lind and PR Lockhart

Associated Press Must-Do Bills in a Divided Congress Could Lead to Shutdown

Associated Press Immigrants seek sanctuary in U.S. churches
By Claudia Torrens

Associated Press Feds Seek to Revoke US Citizenship of 4 Minnesota Somalis

Washington Times More fraud in Diversity Visa Lottery as feds move to strip citizenship from four Somalis
By Stephen Dinan

New York Times Here's How Trump Has Responded to Recent Attacks
By Linda Qiu

Bloomberg Trump's H-1B Reform Is to Make Life Hell for Immigrants and Companies
By Joshua Berstein

Buzzfeed Chef José Andrés And The Trump Administration Are Fighting Over Puerto Rico
By Adrian Carrasquillo

The Hill House Freedom Caucus backs bill to end diversity visa lottery
By Jacqueline Thomson

Associated Press Appeals Court Argument Set for Texas Immigration Law

Dallas Morning News Arguments to reinstate block on Texas 'sanctuary cities' ban will be heard today
By James Barragan

San Antonio Express News Sanctuary cities lawsuit will be first time higher court rules on ICE detainers
By Jason Buch

Washington Post (Opinion) Gillespie to Northern Virginia: Drop dead
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-ed) The nominee to replace John Kelly at Homeland Security shouldn't get a free pass
By Clara Long

Washington Post (Opinion) What are sanctuary cities, anyway?
By Peter Galuszka

Salon (Opinion) GOP candidates in N.J., Virginia races go full Trump on immigration
By Bob Hennelly

The Outline (Opinion) Why pundits are wrong on Democrats and immigration
By Sean McElwee

Crooked (Op-ed) A Fight Democrats Can Win Nov 6, 2017
By Julissa Arce

Daily Beast (Opinion) Trump's Bigotry Trickles Down in Virginia and New Jersey
By Dean Obeidallah

Houston Chronicle (Op-ed) Police chief supports legal path to U.S. for Dreamers
By Art Acevedo

The Hill (Op-ed) Trump is right: The visa lotto has got to go
By Ira Mehlman

The Hill (Op-ed) Refugee security screening is legitimate - but unrealistic
By Bill Frelick

The Hill (Op-ed) Visa lottery program is too much of a gamble for our nation and needs to end
By Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA)

Local

NBC In Virginia and New Jersey, Progressive Groups Work to Rally Latino Voters
By Stephen Nuno

Reuters Hard-Fought Virginia Governor's Race to Test Trump's Clout
By John Whitesides

13Action News Why This DACA Recipient Refuses To Be Called A 'Dreamer'
By Ben Schamisso and Christian Bryant

High Country News A Wyoming county pursues a private immigration jail
By Andrew Graham

Washington Post The many reasons that Democrats are worried about the Virginia gubernatorial race
By Philip Bump

Politico Northam has slight edge in final Virginia polls
By Stephen Shepard

NBC Virginia Statehouse Races Could Hold Key to Midterms
By Dave Wasserman

Associated Press (Wisconsin) Wisconsin's Gov. Scott Walker launches bid for third term
By Scott Bauer

Baltimore Sun (Maryland) Undocumented immigrants in Baltimore seek refuge in soccer
By Jeff Barker

Gainseville Times (Florida) Gainesville school system asks for in-state college tuition for all grads regardless of immigration status
By Joshua Silavent

Texas Tribune (Texas) Dallas County sheriff Lupe Valdez emerges as potential challenger to Gov. Greg Abbott
By Patrick Svitek

KUT 90.5 (Texas) For Black DACA Recipients In Texas, It Often Feels 'Impossible To Exist'
By Dalyah Jones