Daily Immigration News Clips – September 19, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 19, 2022.

National

Curbed Hundreds of Migrants Were Sent to ‘Live’ in a Brooklyn Heights Office Building
By Gaby Del Valle

NPR Flying migrants to Massachusetts was political, critics say. But was it legal?
By Valerie Crowder

CBS News Attorney General Merrick Garland swears in 200 new U.S. citizens on Ellis Island

Law 360 DC Circ. Sees History As Hurdle In Diversity Visa Fight
By Katie Buehler

MSNBC (Op-Ed) Ron DeSantis is recklessly playing with human lives to create chaos in our immigration system
By Nayyera Haq

Forbes (Op-Ed) Ovidiu Colea: A Refugee From Communism Who America Welcomed
By Stuart Anderson

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Martha’s Vineyard Migrant Stunt Is Making One Truth About This Country Clear
By Farah Stockman

Washington Post (Op-Ed) DeSantis stage-managed his cruelty for everyone to see

Local

Toledo Blade Separating kids from cages: Amy Maldonado fights to reunify immigrant families
By Alexa Scherzinger

KCUR Derek Schmidt pledges to model Kansas immigration and school policies off Ron DeSantis
By Savannah Hawley

Boston Globe Civil rights lawyers ask Healey, Rollins to open criminal investigation into migrants’ plight
By Laura Crimaldi

Fall River Reporter Naturalization ceremony in Boston part of Citizenship Day welcoming more than 19,000 new citizens in the United States
By Ken Paiva

Miami Herald ‘A new low’: What some Miami Venezuelans think of migrants taken to Martha’s Vineyard
By Grethel Aguila

Local10 Immigrant advocates in Miramar call system ‘broken,’ ask for change to TPS designations
By Hatzel Vela, Ryan Mackey

Miami Herald (Op-Ed) With shameful Martha’s Vineyard stunt, DeSantis dishes out cruelty with a smirk