Daily Immigration News Clips – August 29, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 29, 2023.


NPR There's a labor shortage in the U.S. Why is it so hard for migrants to legally work?
By Jasmine Garsd

The Intercept Border Patrol Violating Court Order Against Inhumane Treatment of Migrants, Officials Say
By Ryan Devereaux

Washington Post U.S. soldier in Texas wounds man in unusual cross-border shooting
By Nick Miroff

Politico Biden administration knocks New York for issues with migrant influx
By Katelyn Cordero

Axios Immigrants are rescuing a worker-starved U.S. economy
By Felix Salmon

Public News Service TX Advocates for Immigrant Rights Say Politics Exhausts Needed Donations
By Roz Brown

Border Report Texas National Guard member allegedly shoots man across border
By Fernie Ortiz

Washington Examiner Buoys at Texas border have led to decrease in immigrant drownings: Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick
By Anna Giaritelli

New York Times Biden Administration Questions New York’s Handling of Migrant Crisis
By Luis Ferré-Sadurní


Miami Herald Parole-program trial leaves Florida families uncertain about reuniting with loved ones
By Syra Ortiz Blanes

The New York Sun Mayor Adams, in an Interview With the Sun, Calls Migrant Issue ‘Not Sustainable’ and Plugs for an ‘Ellis Island Strategy’

Texas Tribune Texas National Guard member fires across Rio Grande, wounds Mexican citizen
By Uriel Garcia

Times Union State officials tell N.Y. schools they must enroll all migrant students
By Raga Justin

CBS Chicago Amid migrant crisis and crime worries, alderman proposes using deportation as deterrent
By Dana Kozlov

La Opinion (Op-Ed) Republican Debate: Trump the Ventriloquist
By Maribel Hastings