Daily Immigration News Clips – February 24, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on February 24, 2023.


CBS News A year into war, U.S. sponsors apply to welcome 216,000 Ukrainian refugees under Biden policy
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Washington Post Biden’s big shift on asylum
By Aaron Blake

NPR Advocates criticize Biden administration's proposed broad asylum restrictions
By Joel Rose

Washington Post High-skilled visa holders at risk of deportation amid tech layoffs
By Erica Werner

Vice Immigration Advocates Urge DHS to Drop ICE's LexisNexis Contract
By Joseph Cox

Politico DeSantis blasts immigration laws once popular with Florida Republicans
By Matt Dixon

New York Post Arizona crowd cheers for Alejandro Mayorkas impeachment at House Judiciary hearing
By Steve Nelson

CNN House GOP looks for plan B after struggling to pass border security bill
By Melanie Zanona, Annie Grayer

The Guardian (Op-Ed) When it comes to immigration policy, Biden is increasingly Trump-like
By Moustafa Bayoumi


Orlando Sentinel DeSantis wants to boost E-Verify, restrict immigrants
By Steven Lemongello

WFAE ICE cooperation bill and other immigrant-targeted proposals fuel community fears
By Kayla Young

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Why immigrant women are especially vulnerable to domestic violence
By Sophie Carson

Arizona Central House Republicans rip Biden on border security as Democrats sit out Arizona hearing
By José Ignacio Castañeda Perez

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Op-Ed) Searching for a way forward on immigration
By Jamie Dupree