Daily Immigration News Clips – November 10, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 10, 2022.


Associated Press Massachusetts voters keep new immigrant driver’s license law
By Steve LeBlanc

Marketplace When losing your job means losing your right to stay in the U.S.
By Meghan McCarty Carino

Reuters High-level U.S. delegation visits Havana amid migration crisis
By Dave Sherwood

FOX News Kansas immigration hawk Kris Kobach wins comeback bid for attorney general
By Timothy H.J. Nerozzi

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Arizona Democrats chalk up their big night to GOP focus on immigration
By Paul Waldman


Boston Globe Question 4 approved, upholding state law allowing Mass. residents without proof of lawful presence to get driver’s licenses
By John R. Ellement

Dallas Morning News While ‘securing the border’ was a hot topic, concerns about inflation motivated voters
By Diane Solis

Chicago Sun Times Immigration advocates celebrate election firsts, plan next steps for reform
By Michael Loria

NY Documented Election News: How Immigration Influenced Voters and Lawmakers

WRAL TechWire (Op-Ed) For ‘Dreamers,’ the latest DACA crisis is deja vu all over again
By Steve S. Rao

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Op-Ed) Richard Ebert: Our farmers need more workers
By Richard Ebert