Daily Immigration News Clips – November 8, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 8, 2022.


WSJ Should the U.S. Expand the H-1B Visa Program?
By Bart Ziegler

NBC News Immigration and rights groups ask Biden administration not to send Haitian migrants to Guantanamo facility
By Julia Ainsley

Washington Post Immigrant groups face ‘impossible’ job of fighting election lies on apps
By Pranshu Verma

The Hill The path for Democrats to win the Senate
By Al Weaver

New York Times The Battle for the Senate Hinges on These Key Races
By Jonathan Weisman

NBC News Cortez Masto makes a final push with Latina voters in close Nevada Senate race
By Natasha Korecki

Washington Post (Op-Ed) GOP Hispanic outreach could be decisive in these Biden districts
By James Hohmann


Texas Tribune Caught between feuding politicians, nonprofits shoulder burden of Texas’ migrant busing program
By James Barragán

KUNR Mobilizing new American voters in Nevada during the midterm election
By Lucia Starbuck

Fort Worth Star Telegram Life in limbo: More than 30,000 DFW Dreamers await their fate amid challenges to DACA
By David Silvia Ramirez

Rocky Mountain PBS 'I don't miss an election:' How Coloradans who can't vote still engage in democracy
By Sonia Gutierrez, Julio Sandoval

Albuquerque Journal (Op-Ed) It’s powerful to watch new citizens vote for the first time
By Consuelo Rebolloso

Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Fix the ag labor crisis this year
By Dante Galeazzi, Bret Erickson