Daily Immigration News Clips – March 15, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 15, 2023.


Roll Call House Democrats call to improve border appointment app
By Suzanne Monyak

CBS News Stricter U.S. migration controls keep illegal border crossings at 2-year low — for now
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Business Insider America's immigration system is a nightmare, and it's forcing tech companies to move jobs outside of the country
By Paayal Zaveri

USA Today Fact check: False claim 17 million immigrants to US expected during Biden's term
By Chris Mueller

Associated Press New Mexico Legislature rejects ban in immigration detention
By Morgan Lee

Border Report GOP-led congressional border security hearing to be held in South Texas
By Sandra Sanchez

Law360 Factual, Legal Errors May Doom Fla. Migrant Detention Ruling
By Britain Eakin

The New Republic Ron DeSantis Wants to Make It a Felony to Have an Undocumented Person in Your Home or Car
By Prem Thakker

NBC News Eyeing re-election, Biden breaks with progressives on some hot-button issues
By Sahil Kapur

CNN CNN Poll: Most Republicans care more about picking a 2024 GOP nominee who agrees with them on issues than one who can beat Biden
By Jennifer Agiesta and Ariel Edwards-Levy

POLITICO Doug Mastriano and his super fans aren’t yet willing to let go
By Holly Otterbein

Washington Post (Op-Ed) As Biden mulls family detentions, warnings from inside grow louder
By Greg Sargent

American Magazine (Op-Ed) Bishop Seitz on Biden’s new asylum policy: Death cannot be the cost of our immigration laws
By Mark J. Seitz


KPBS Immigration advocates use Biden's visit to San Diego to call for policy change
By Claire Strong

North Country Public Radio Thousands make their way to the North Country to seek asylum in Canada
By Cara Chapman