Daily Immigration News Clips – August 31, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 31, 2023.


Washington Post Two years after U.S. withdrawal, Afghan refugees wait for asylum
By Whitney Shefte

LA Times Migrants from Muslim countries disproportionately targeted in Texas border prosecutions, Times analysis finds
By Hamed Aleaziz

Documented ICE is Violating Immigrants’ Rights to Due Process, Legal Advocates State
By Fisayo Okare

Voice of America TPS Extended for 2 Countries, 5 More Set for September
By Aline Barros

New York Times Scorching Heat Is Contributing to Migrant Deaths
By Edgar Sandoval

Boundless Nearly Half of Fortune 500 Companies Founded by Immigrants or Their Children

Law 360 Biden Admin. Has Options If Judge Kills Remainder Of DACA
By Britain Eakin

Mother Jones A Judge Just Halted Efforts to End Immigration Detention in New Jersey
By Isabela Dias

Wall Street Journal Blake Masters Plans to Enter Race for Kyrsten Sinema’s Senate Seat
By Eliza Collins

New York Times Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on How She’s Changed
By Lulu Garcia-Navarro

The Hill Ocasio-Cortez: ‘Immigration is arguably this administration’s weakest issue’
By Rafael Bernal

Spectrum News Gillibrand discusses ideas to address migrants and immigration reform
By Ryan Whalen

USA Today (Op-Ed) Secretary of State Blinken: No quick solution to fentanyl crisis, but US is leading the fight
By Antony J. Blinken


Fox 32 Chicago Illinois lawmakers, Chicago leaders want Biden to expand work permits for undocumented immigrants
By Tia Ewing

Austin American Statesman (Op-Ed) DeSantis’ immigration rhetoric is beyond dangerous
By Will McCorkle

Enid News & Eagle (Editorial) Federal leaders, not states, need to resolve immigration mess