Daily Immigration News Clips – November 6, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 6, 2017


Washington Post DOJ details plan to slash immigration court backlog
By Maria Sacchetti

NPR Fearing Checkpoints, Undocumented Immigrants Cut Off From Medical Care
By John Burnett

Miami Herald The fate of TPS holders could be decided as early as Monday - and they're afraid
By Monique O. Madan and Brenda Medina

Wall Street Journal Trump Administration to Decide Whether to Extend Stay for Hondurans, Nicaraguans
By Alicia Caldwell

Washington Post Protected status no longer justified for Central Americans and Haitians in U.S., State Dept. says
By Nick Miroff and Karen DeYoung

NPR 'We Want To Stay': Haitian Immigrants In U.S. Fear End Of Temporary Protected Status
By Carrie Kahn

New York Magazine 300,000 Central American and Haitian Immigrants May Soon Face Deportation
By Chris Danner

Center for Public Integrity Thousands of immigrants with "protected status" face possible deportation
By Susan Ferriss

The Hill Trump administration to drop protections for Central Americans and Haitians: report
By Josh Delk

The Hill Shutdown threat growing over immigration fight
By Jordain Carney

PJ Media Dems Threaten Government Shutdown Over DACA
By Rick Moran

The Chronicle-Telegram Deported man's family needs help
By Lisa Roberson

Politico Liberal Senate Dems embrace shutdown showdown over Dreamers
By Seung Min Kim

Politico McConnell wants changes to immigration system in any Dreamers deal
By Brent Griffiths

Washington Examiner Mitch McConnell expects bipartisan DACA-legal immigration deal
By Al Weaver

The Guardian Bannon and GOP House campaign leader declare truce and condemn Daca
By Ben Jacobs

The Daily Beast Bannon Protégée Gets a New Job in the White House-and It's Not Going Well
By Lachlan Markay and Asawin Suebsaeng

New York Times 10-Year-Old Immigrant Who Was Detained After Surgery Is Released
By Vivian Yee

Washington Post U.S. frees 10-year-old undocumented immigrant with cerebral palsy
By Maria Sacchetti

NBC Nonprofits Sue Over Immigration Detention of Cambodian Nationals Who Came as Refugees
By Agnes Constante

HuffPost Civil Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against ICE For Detaining Cambodian Refugees
By Kimberly Yam

Daily Beast U.S. Sends Lesbian Refugee Back to Country Where She Was Raped
By Betsy Woodruff

Vice Trump Wants to Crack Down on Immigration, but His Hands Are Tied
By Mark Hay

Associated Press More Border Crossers Prosecuted in 'New Era' of Enforcement

Reuters Justice Department Says It Was Misled by Pregnant Immigrant Teen's Lawyers

Washington Post Trump administration suggests possibility of disciplinary action against ACLU lawyers in abortion case
By Robert Barnes and Ann E. Marimow

Washington Post Trump, who urged people to 'hire American,' secures 70 foreign workers for Mar-a-Lago
By Cleve Wootson Jr

Washington Post Trump's latest target, the diversity visa program, wasn't always aimed at achieving diversity
By Eugene Scott

NPR How Trump Has Put His Mark On Policy, Slowly
By Scott Horsley

NPR There's An Immigration Gap In How Latinos Perceive Discrimination
By Adrian Florido

Washington Post (Op-ed) This program has saved thousands of lives. Now Trump is threatening to end it.
By Carly Goodman

Slate (Opinion) The Justice Department Declares War on Attorneys Who Dare to Oppose the Trump Administration
By Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern

Sacramento Bee (Opinion) California's top Latino candidates face a tougher enemy than Trump: Fellow Democrats
By Marcos Breton

El Paso Times (Op-ed) Dreamers deserve swift action
By Bill Hammond

Cincinnati.com (Op-ed) Rescinding Dream Act is the country's moral failure
By Tracy Kemme

The Hill (Op-ed) To tackle illegal immigration, go after the employers
By Nolan Rappaport


Dallas Morning News Immigrants without state ID will be allowed to use other forms if stopped by Dallas-area police
By Elvia Limón

Cleveland Plain Dealer Woman in sanctuary in Cleveland Heights church wishes ordeal would end
By Michael Sangiacomo

WMUR Temporary stay granted in case of Brazilian immigrant
By Cam Tranchemontagne

Globe and Mail Deportation in Trump's America: 'My life, my house, my children. Everything in one second'
By Joanna Slater

Associated Press Rally supports immigrants with Temporary Protected Status

Washington Post As Gillespie adopts Trumpian tactics in Virginia, Bannon credits Corey Stewart
By Paul Schwartzman

Washington Post Virginia's election serves as a road map for 2018 congressional races
By Paul Kane

Politico Gillespie shuns Trump in biggest race of 2017
By Alex Isenstadt

NBC Trump Looms Over Virginia Race With Big Stakes for Democrats
By Mark Murray

The Hill Progressives fume as Northam stumbles in Va.
By Lisa Hagen

Associated Press (Maryland) Man wanted in killings in 2 states arrested in Baltimore

Associated Press (Illinois) Study: Chicago Fund Means More Immigrants Getting Legal Help

Arizona Republic (Arizona) Pro-Trump group hits McSally on immigration as she weighs Senate run
By Eliza Collins and Ronald J. Hansen

New York Times (Editorial) Willie Horton, Updated for the Trump Era

Washington Post (Editorial) Ed Gillespie wages war on his own principles

Daily Astorian (Editorial) ICE goes too far in carrying out Trump's immigration policies

Washington Post (Op-ed) Ralph Northam's campaign stumbles toward the finish
By Norman Leahy

Washington Post (Opinion) The Northam-Gillespie election is once in a lifetime
By EJ Dionne Jr

The New Yorker (Opinion) Is Tom Cotton the Future of Trumpism?
By Jeffrey Toobin

HuffPost (Op-ed) Anti-immigrant Hate Targets Asians Too. This Is How Virginians Respond On Election Day.
By Helen Li