Daily Immigration News Clips – November 14, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 14, 2022.


LA Times ‘I can’t keep fighting the system’: DACA recipients are leaving the U.S., disheartened by years of instability
By Andrea Castillo

CBS News Biden accepts resignation of U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Chris Magnus
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

New York Times With Outcome Still in Doubt, Congress Opens an Uncertain Post-Election Session
By Emily Cochrane

New York Times Embattled Top Border Official Resigns Under Pressure
By Eileen Sullivan

Bloomberg (Op-Ed) Bipartisanship Is Dead. Except on China.
By Niall Ferguson


San Diego Union-Tribune Mexican immigration officers to begin inspecting San Diego-bound travelers in border wait line
By Alexandra Mendoza, Kate Morrissey

NBC Chicago 300th Bus of Asylum-Seeking Migrants Arrives in Chicago From the Texas Border

KCRG Farm and restaurant interest groups push immigration reform as labor supply solution
By Ethan Stein

The Reader A Simple Immigration Fix
By Arjav Rawal

WGBH Immigration advocates take victory lap with the end of Sheriff Hodgson's 25-year tenure
By Sarah Betancourt

Bolts Magazine Immigration Hardliners Lose Sheriff Races in Massachusetts and Beyond
By Alex Burness