Daily Immigration News Clips – September 13, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 13, 2023.


Politico Facing pressure in NY, Biden officials are helping migrants eligible for work
By Emily Ngo

Axios Mexican families cross U.S. border in unprecedented numbers
By Stef W. Kight

Law360 Organizations Urge Texas Courts To Curb 'Judge Shopping'
By Alyssa Aquino

The Hill White House struggles to appease liberal allies on immigration
By Rebecca Beitsch, Rafael Bernal

NBC News How big-name concerts became unlikely places for immigrant parents and kids to bond
By Kimmy Yam, Sakshi Venkatraman

New York Times New York Considers State Work Permits for Migrants as Influx Worsens
By Luis Ferré-Sadurní

New York Times Titans of Texas Law Clash in Impeachment Trial of Ken Paxton
By J. David Goodman, David Montgomery

NBC News Concern rises in the Biden administration that New York is fumbling its migrant problem, U.S. officials say
By Julia Ainsley

The Guardian ‘If they catch us they’ll deport us’: DeSantis law hinders Idalia recovery
By Michael Sainato

New York Daily News Most New Yorkers say they support American dream, but many OK with ending immigration, poll says
By Tim Balk

CommonWealth Poll finds rising concern about immigration in Mass.
By Bruce Mohl

New York Times Trump Has Been Privately Encouraging G.O.P. Lawmakers to Impeach Biden
By Jonathan Swan, Maggie Haberman, Alyce McFadden

The Washington Post Republican hopefuls ramp up war talk over Mexican border
By Isaac Arnsdorf, Mary Beth Sheridan

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) A Tale of Two Immigration Amnesties
By Jason L. Riley


WGLT For Welcoming Week, a study tallies the economic impact of immigrants on McLean County
By Ryan Denham

KPBS Border Patrol once again puts migrants in outdoor San Ysidro camp with no bathrooms
By Gustavo Solis

Boston Globe Amid backdrop of migrant crisis, Mass. Legislature considers cash, food aid for legal immigrants
By Samantha J. Gross