Daily Immigration News Clips – March 7, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 7, 2023.


NBC News Biden administration considering restarting family detention for migrants
By Julia Ainsley

POLITICO Biden administration expected to grant protected immigration status for Nicaraguans
By Myah Ward

Axios Immigration seen as a solution to nursing home labor woes
By Arielle Dreher

New York Times U.S. Is Said to Consider Reinstating Detention of Migrant Families
By Eileen Sullivan, Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Associated Press Plunge in border crossings could blunt GOP attack on Biden
By Elliot Spagat

ABC News DACA recipients 'self-deport' as immigration status remains in limbo

Pro Publica Death on a Dairy Farm
By Melissa Sanchez, Maryam Jameel

Washington Post Oversight Committee Dems call on GOP to denounce white nationalism
By Theodoric Meyer, Leigh Ann Caldwell

Forbes White Supremacy Should Be Denounced by Oversight Committee Republicans—Including Boebert, Marjorie Taylor Greene—Democrats Urge
By Alison Durkee

POLITICO No avoiding it now: Immigration issues threaten Biden’s climate program
By Zack Colman, Myah Ward, Eli Stokols

Forbes (Op-Ed) Science And Technology Today More Labor Intensive Than Agriculture
By Stuart Anderson


AZ Central Cuban refugees have long been allowed into the US. What's happening now?
By Daniel Gonzalez

Democrat and Chronicle Rising immigrant crossings at U.S.-Canada border fuel debate on proper response
By Eduardo Cuevas, Robert Bell, Thomas C. Zambito

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