Daily Immigration News Clips – August 30, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 30, 2023.


CNN Exclusive: Smuggler with ties to ISIS helped migrants enter US from Mexico, raising alarm bells across government
By Katie Bo Lillis, Evan Perez, Priscilla Alvarez, Natasha Bertrand

Politico Federal judge says New Jersey law banning immigrant detention contract with private operator unconstitutional
By Daniel Han

NBC News Fears over Florida immigration law surface as residents prepare for Hurricane Idalia
By Nicole Acevedo

Law360 NJ Judge Strikes Down State's Immigration Detention Law
By Britain Eakin

Reuters Smuggler with extremist ties helped Uzbeks cross US-Mexico border, US says
By Ted Hesson

Associated Press 6 men killed in ambush in southern Mexico town near Guatemala border known for migrant smuggling

Associated Press Migrant woman dies after a 'medical emergency' in Border Patrol custody in South Texas, agency says

Associated Press Biden talks immigration and trade with Costa Rican President Chaves at the White House
By Will Weissert, Colleen Long

New York Times Biden Discusses Migration With the President of Costa Rica
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

New York Times C.E.O.s Side with New York in the Migrant Crisis
By Andrew Ross Sorkin, Bernhard Warner, Sarah Kessler, Michael J. de la Merced, Lauren Hirsch, Ephrat Livni

The Hill Industry execs press Biden for more funding for New York migrant influx
By Rafael Bernal

Politico Adams condemns Hochul’s handling of New York migrant crisis as ‘wrong’
By Emily Ngo and Joe Anuta

The Hill Top immigrant advocacy group names new leadership
By Rafael Bernal


New York Focus Despite State Emergency, New York Has Resettled Zero Migrant Families Through Flagship Program
By Andrew Giambrone

Chicago Tribune Fast-track work OK for migrants, Illinois, Chicago leaders say

Connecticut Mirror (Op-Ed) Partisanship over immigration detention needs to end
By Jennifer Whitlock

Chicago Business (Op-Ed) Migrant crisis tests the soul — and service infrastructure — of Chicago
By Sylvia Puente