Daily Immigration News Clips – September 15, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 15, 2023.


Law360 Frustrations Mount In Wake Of 'Deeply Upsetting' DACA Order
By Britain Eakin

USA Today Amid latest court ruling against DACA, young immigrants face perpetual uncertainty
By Rick Jervis

Documented Undocumented Clean Up Workers Are The “Forgotten Heroes” of 9/11 Attack
By Amir Khafagy, Rommel H. Ojeda

NBC News A new court ruling deems DACA illegal, but the program hasn't ended. Here are 4 things to know.
By Nicole Acevedo

Border Report Immigrant advocates, faith leaders call on Congress to act after judge declares DACA illegal
By Sandra Sanchez

NBC News 'Fronterizos' have a different story to tell about the border. It’s cooler than you might think.
By Edwin Flores, Dennis Romero

Washington Post After chaotic week, House heads home with government shutdown on horizon
By Marianna Sotomayor, Leigh Ann Caldwell, Amy B Wang, Jacqueline Alemany

NBC News Number of people on terrorist watchlist stopped at southern U.S. border has risen
By Julia Ainsley

MSNBC (Op-Ed) The problem(s) with a federal judge declaring DACA illegal
By Steve Benen

Washington Monthly (Op-Ed) A Shutdown Will Be the GOP’s Fault, and Everyone in Washington Knows It
By Bill Scher


Minnesota Public Radio Hmong immigrants put down roots on Dakota County farmland
By Jon Collins

NBC Los Angeles After years away, SoCal DACA recipients use ‘advance parole' to visit country of birth
By Mekahlo Medina

Arizona's Family Many Arizonans left in limbo after Judge rules DACA illegal
By Alexis Dominguez

The Nevada Independent Indy Q&A: What does the latest court ruling mean for DACA recipients?
By Jannelle Calderon

NBC 3 Las Vegas I'm a little frustrated, scared," concerns about recent DACA ruling
By Cristen Drummond

The Boston Globe AG Campbell launches grant program to support immigration workers amid influx of arrivals
By Ivy Scott

FOX 61 How DACA recipients in Connecticut are affected by latest DACA ruling
By DeAndria Turner