Daily Immigration News Clips – November 17, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 17, 2022.


Associated Press Judge orders end to Trump-era asylum restrictions at border
By Elliot Spagat

The Hill House Democrats choose DACA over other immigration priorities in lame-duck session
By Rafael Bernal, Mike Lillis

NBC News U.S. will begin deporting Cubans by plane in 'coming weeks,' U.S. officials say
By Julia Ainsley

Bloomberg How a Border Surge Tests Biden’s Immigration Approach
By Jordan Fabian

CBS News Sen. Dick Durbin urges passage of bill to preserve DACA program

MSNBC (Op-Ed) Title 42, the xenophobic Trump-era migrant policy, is dead (again)
By Ja'han Jones


El Paso Matters Hundreds of migrants cross into El Paso, spurred by Title 42 confusion
By Corrie Boudreaux

KERA Texas groups helping at-risk populations must certify that they aren’t violating immigration laws
By Stella M. Chávez

San Diego Union-Tribune Immigration rights activists press county Sheriff’s Department to end cooperation with ICE
By Teri Figueroa, Caleb Lunetta

Border Report Abbott to Biden: Texas is increasing security along Mexican border to fight migrant ‘invasion’
By Sandra Sanchez

Boston Globe In text messages, coordinators of Ron DeSantis’ migrant flights to Martha’s Vineyard reveled in plotting surprise political stunt
By Samantha J. Gross

KOLD News 13 Pima County prepares for surge of asylees after judge overturns Title 42
By Bud Foster

San Diego Union-Tribune (Op-Ed) Biden’s hesitancy to abandon harsh Title 42 immigration policy at odds with his rhetoric