Daily Immigration News Clips – November 4, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 4, 2022.


CBS News 6,800 Venezuelans have been approved to come to the U.S. legally under sponsorship policy
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Bloomberg ‘Special Immigration Services’ Injunction Narrowed by 9th Cir.
By Holly Barker

Voice of America Analysts Don't Expect Significant Changes in Immigration Policy After the Midterms
By Aline Barros

Washington Post Immigration officials confirm alleged Pelosi attacker was in the U.S. illegally
By Maria Sacchetti

Bloomberg Tougher US Asylum Laws Trigger Drop in Venezuelan Migrants Traveling Through Panama
By Michael D McDonald

The Daily Beast DeSantis Is So Popular With Florida Latinos He May Turn Dem Strongholds Red
By Jake Lahut

Washington Post How a pro-Trump youth group remade the Arizona GOP, testing democracy
By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Isaac Stanley-Becker

Newsweek Inside the Scramble In Nevada to Preserve the Senate Democratic Majority
By Adrian Carrasquillo

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The United States is no longer the world’s friendliest country to migrants
By Fareed Zakaria


Texas Public Radio The number of immigrant voters is growing — and that means a more diverse electorate in Texas
By Stella M. Chávez

Philadelphia Inquirer A new billboard near the Bank: ‘The World Series, brought to you
By immigrants’

By Jeff Gammage

Colorado Public Radio Michael Bennet and Joe O’Dea both agree the US needs immigration reform. But advocates question whether anything will actually change
By Caitlyn Kim

AZ Mirror Latino voters largely favor Democrats, but economic concerns could lead them to vote Republican in 2022
By Caitlin Sievers

Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Congress needs to create a pathway for immigrant workers
By John McCord