Daily Immigration News Clips – March 2, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 2, 2023.


Bloomberg Tech Layoffs Likely Pose No Deterrent to Record H-1B Visa Demand
By Andrew Kreighbaum

Axios Biden's immigration moves could put huge population in limbo
By Stef W. Knight

CBS News U.S. officials clashed over asylum restriction, and its legality, before Biden proposed it
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

CNN Biden administration embraces tough border measures it once rejected
By Priscilla Alvarez

Newsweek Senators Seek Deal to Fight Gun-Fentanyl Smuggling over the Southern Border
By Alex J. Rouhandeh

Border Report El Paso preparing for potential migrant surge in May
By Julian Resendiz

Politico Trump is poised for a CPAC love fest or face plant. There is no in between.
By Natalie Allison and Meredith McCraw

NBC News Feds expand probe into migrant child labor in slaughterhouses
By Julia Ainsley, Laura Strickler

Forbes (Op-Ed) USCIS Starts H-1B Registration Process For FY 2024
By Stuart Anderson


The Texas Observer ‘Border Security’ Is A Financial Black Hole That Will Consume Us All
By Gus Bova

Boise State Public Radio Bill providing driver's licenses to undocumented residents advances to Senate floor
By Rachel Cohen, Troy Oppie

CapRadio California explores private insurance for immigrants lacking legal status. But is it affordable?
By Rachel Bluth

Latino Los Ángeles (Op-Ed) Anti-Immigrant Extremism is Anti-Democratic
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

Miami Herald (Op-Ed) Don’t lock up asylum-seekers; focus on the real domestic threats we face
By Sarah M. Rich, Caleb Kieffer