Alert: View AILA’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

Daily Immigration News Clips – May 22, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on May 22, 2020.

National

Wall Street Journal Trump Administration Changes Rules for Migrant Children During Pandemic
By Michelle Hackman, Alejandro Lazo and Alicia A. Caldwell

CNN Democratic lawmakers request information on reports of family separation in detention
By Priscilla Alvarez

Law360 'Binary Choice' Leaves Detained Families In Limbo, Attys Say
By Nadia Dreid

The Hill Judge sanctions DOJ for failing to disclose documents in citizenship question case
By Harper Nadig

CNBC News Supreme Court readies for decisions on DACA, LGBTQ rights, abortion
By Tucker Higgins

Associated Press Guatemala president fumes over infected deportees from US
By Sonia PÉrez D. 

The Hill Guatemalan president: 'I don't believe the US is an ally to Guatemala'
By Rafael Bernal

Wall Street Journal Behind Trump’s Removal of Inspectors General: Support for His Agenda
By Catherine Lucey and Gordon Lubold

Time The Coronavirus Pandemic Revealed How Domestic and Migrant Workers Are 'Invisible' in the U.S. Economy
By SANYA MANSOOR

USA Today Cheap chicken, beef came at a cost. How American meat plants bred coronavirus hot spots.
By Sky Chadde, Kyle Bagenstose, Veronica Martinez Jacobo and Rachel Axon

In These Times Essential Workers Fight for Their Lives
By Michelle Chen

Washington Post Trump uses official travel to gain campaign edge in swing states as he seeks to move past the pandemic
By David Nakamura

Washington Post Under Trump, Democrats and Republicans have never been more divided — on nearly everything
By Larry Bartels

CNN Trump and his plan to win a second term unmasked in Michigan visit
By Stephen Collinson

Washington Post (Editorial) Would-be Americans are being kept from becoming citizens — and from voting in the fall

Washington Post (Editorial) We should give Haiti compassion, not sick people and criminals

Washington Post (Op-ed) Perspective | Immigrant workers have borne the brunt of covid-19 outbreaks at meatpacking plants
By Anya Jabour

Washington Post (Op-ed) ‘Essential’ workers are just forced laborers

Washington Post (Op-ed) Why are we trusting a company with ties to ICE and intelligence agencies to collect our health information?
By Michael Kleinman and Charanya Krishnaswami

Local

Washington Post (District of Columbia) A Customs and Border Protection recruiter released personal data of 1,300 American University students
By Lauren Lumpkin

NET News (Nebraska) Latino Community Leaders Speak Out On Safety Concerns Across Nebraska's Meatpacking Plants
By Christina Stella

Documented NY (New York) Some Immigrants Avoid New York Hospitals Because of the Public Charge Rule
By Amir Khafagy

Bronx Times (New York) Cuomo expands COVID-19 testing in hard-hit Latino communities
By Jason Cohen

Spectrum News NY 1 (New York) Staten Island Group Helps Undocumented Struggling in the Pandemic
By AMANDA FARINACCI

San Bernardino Sun (California) UCLA report says minorities disproportionately affected by coronavirus
By DEEPA BHARATH

Fox 8 (North Carolina) Greensboro nurse brothers face potential deportation while fighting on COVID-19 front lines
By Rasheeda Kabba

Tuscon Business (Arizona) Survey: Latino families, businesses say they were left out by CARES Act
By Farah Eltohamy

New York Daily News (Op-ed) Failing immigrants, miserably: Washington’s coronavirus aid must go further
By Steven Choi

America Magazine (Op-ed) Bishop Dorsonville: It takes #AllofUS working together to prevail over Covid-19
By Mario E. Dorsonville

Omaha World-Herald (Op-ed) Midlands Voices: The Dreamers are under threat. Supreme Court weighs the decision
By Charles Shane Ellison