Daily Immigration News Clips – September 11, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 11, 2023.


The Marshall Project Migrants Desperate for Jobs Trapped in Asylum Maze
By Julia Preston

The Hill Harris defends migration policy amid increasing border crossings
By Miranda Nazzaro

New York Times The Pennsylvania Fugitive: Why Wasn’t He Deported?
By Miriam Jordan

New York Times As Migrants Are Placed Around Massachusetts, Towns Are Welcoming but Worried
By Jenna Russell

New York Times G.O.P. Gets the Democratic Border Crisis It Wanted
By Jonathan Weisman, Nicholas Fandos

NBC News Vivek Ramaswamy says he'll deport children of undocumented immigrants born in the U.S.
By Alex Tabet, Katherine Koretski
Associated Press McCarthy juggles government shutdown and Biden impeachment inquiry as House returns to messy fall.
By Lisa Mascaro
Politico Progressives call Adams xenophobic. And more.
By Jeff Coltin, Nick Reisman
Washington Post (Op-Ed) Why Biden’s big fight with Eric Adams is headed for disaster
By Greg Sargent

New York Times (Op-Ed) How Biden and Congress Should Fix the Immigration Crisis in Our Cities
By Michael Bloomberg

MSNBC (Op-Ed) New York Democrats are sounding a lot like Staten Island Republicans
By Hayes Brown


Spectrum News Are migrants in the city here legally? The answer is largely yes – for now
By Bobby Cuza

Louisiana Illuminator Gay asylum seeker held in ICE detention for 6 years on false claims, filing says
By Wesley Muller

Miami Herald Immigrant workers who help rebuild after storms fear coming to Florida over DeSantis law
By Syria Ortiz Blanes

Boston Globe Healey tells Biden administration Mass. has ‘desperate need’ for faster work authorizations for migrants
By Mike Damiano

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Why are California prisons helping ICE deport immigrants who have served their time?
By Ladoris H. Cordell