Daily Immigration News Clips – November 7, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 7, 2022.

National

CBS News Accounts of migrants' documents being confiscated by border officials prompt federal review
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez, Andy Court, Julie Holstein, Annabelle Hanflig

New York Times Can Republicans and Democrats Find a Way Forward on Immigration?
By Eileen Sullivan

Center for Public Integrity Anti-immigrant rhetoric spiked in this election. Here’s why it’s dangerous.
By Kristian Hernández

The Guardian ‘A backlog of bodies’: why this is the deadliest year for the US-Mexico border
By Alexandra Villarreal

New York Times Abrupt New Border Expulsions Split Venezuelan Families
By Miriam Jordan, Brittany Kriegstein

NBC News Starkly different visions for Arizona dominate campaign's closing days
By Alicia Victoria Lozano

CNN Spread of election lies in Florida's Spanish-speaking communities is 'fracturing democratic institutions,' advocates warn
By Donie O'Sullivan, Geneva Sands

NBC News A spiral of violence and fear is creating angst for many voters ahead of the midterm elections
By Alex Seitz-Wald, Jonathan Allen

Forbes (Op-Ed) U.S. Immigration Critics Ignore Canada’s Welcome Mat For Immigrants
By Stuart Anderson

Local

Daily American Boswell native appointed as federal immigration judge
By Madolin Edwards

AZ Central Republican voters courted to help pass in-state tuition measure for undocumented students
By Rafael Carranza

Telegram and Gazette (Op-Ed) Yes on Question 4 for more efficient RMV
By Adrienne J. Vaughan

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) A 6,000-mile trek to limbo
By Marcela Garcia