Daily Immigration News Clips – September 14, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 14, 2023.


Associated Press A federal judge again declares that DACA is illegal. Issue likely to be decided by US Supreme Court.
By Juan A. Lozano

NPR The immigrant population in the U.S. is climbing again, setting a record last year
By Joel Rose

Los Angeles Times DHS probing prosecutions of migrants from Muslim-majority countries exposed by Times investigation
By Hamed Aleaziz

Washington Post Mexican reporter whom U.S. tried to deport ruled eligible for asylum
By Nick Miroff

Politico The immigration ruling rattling Florida
By Eric Bazail-Eimil

New York Times ‘A Ticket to Disney’? Politicians Charge Millions to Send Migrants to U.S.
By Julie Turkewitz

Reuters US judge rules against Biden DACA regulation for 'Dreamer' immigrants
By Ted Hesson

New York Times Federal Judge Again Rules DACA Is Illegal
By Miriam Jordan

Washington Post Federal court rules Obama-era DACA program still unlawful
By Andrew Jeong

USA Today Federal court rules against Obama-era DACA immigration policy protecting 'Dreamers'
By John Fritze

CNN Federal judge again declares Obama-era DACA program unlawful
By Priscilla Alvarez

CBS News Federal judge again declares DACA immigration program unlawful, but allows it to continue
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Hill Federal judge declares DACA immigration program unlawful for second time
By Olafimihan Oshin and Rebecca Beitsch

Axios DACA struck down again, but protections remain for current recipients
By Sareen Habeshian

Forbes (Op-Ed) U.S. Immigrant Entrepreneurs Also Lured To Canada
By Stuart Anderson

New York Magazine (Op-Ed) What Eric Adams Is Getting Wrong About the Migrant Crisis
By Errol Louis

The Hill (Op-Ed) The US labor market and citizens’ views are shifting in favor of immigration
By Nick Sargen


Texas Tribune Afghan soldier Abdul Wasi Safi, once detained at Texas-Mexico border, wins asylum
By Allison Erickson

Miami Herald U.S. has no plans to expand protected-status for Nicaraguans, Homeland Security chief says
By Syria Ortiz Blanes, Michael Wilner

Arizona Central Gallego raises concerns with federal humanitarian aid for AZ border communities
By José Ignacio Castañeda Perez