Daily Immigration News Clips – September 19, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 19, 2023.


Border Report Immigration reform must be the focus of congressional budget talks, DHS official says
By Sandra Sanchez

Los Angeles Times Receiving food stamps won’t kill your green card chances. How ‘public charge’ works
By Karen Garcia

New York Times Why Los Angeles Has Avoided the Migrant Crisis Hitting New York
By Jill Cowan, Miriam Jordan

CNN Biden administration considers raising refugee ceiling in next fiscal year, source says
By Priscilla Alvarez

Bloomberg Law DACA’s Fate in Doubt as Case Starts Path Back to Supreme Court
By Andrew Kreighbaum

New York Times Child Labor and the Broken Border
By David Leonhardt

Ed Source Advocates urge permanent immigration solution after another unfavorable DACA ruling
By Zaidee Stavely

Truthout The Fate of the “Dreamers” Is Likely Headed to the Right-Dominated Supreme Court
By Marjorie Cohn

Washington Post House GOP’s short-term funding deal already pilloried by hard-right Republicans
By Amy B Wang, Marianna Sotomayor, Mariana Alfaro

NBC News Illegal border crossings are on the rise: 7,500 migrants were stopped on Sunday alone
By Julia Ainsley

Washington Post Deep-pocketed group backing Joe Biden launches Latino outreach campaign
By Michael Scherer

Bloomberg (Op-Ed) The Americas Can’t Handle Immigration a la Carte
By Shannon O'neil


Axios Phoenix What the latest DACA ruling means for Arizona Dreamers
By Jessica Boehm

Colorado Newsline States see influx of migrants from India, Venezuela and China
By Tim Henderson

VT Digger Federal immigration authorities send an average of 60 people to Vermont prisons each month
By Ethan Weinstein

Miami Herald (Op-Ed) Florida’s cruel immigration law resulting in real-life consequences for all of us
By Joel Tooley

Santa Fe New Mexican (Editorial) The burdens of immigration inaction are growing