Daily Immigration News Clips – September 13, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 13, 2018.


Washington Post Settlement reached in family separation cases: More than 1,000 rejected asylum seekers to get second chance if court approves
By Fred Barbash and Allyson Chiu

Vox As many as 1,000 parents separated from their children are getting a second chance to stay in the US
By Dara Lind

New York Times U.S. Plans to Pay Mexico to Deport Unauthorized Immigrants There
By Gardiner Harris and Julie Hirschfeld Davis

New York Times U.S. Has Highest Share of Foreign-Born Since 1910, With More Coming From Asia
By Sabrina Tavernise

Associated Press US Says Transfer From FEMA Funds Won't Harm Hurricane Relief

New York Times $10 Million From FEMA Diverted to Pay for Immigration Detention Centers, Document Shows
By Ron Nixon

CNN It's not just FEMA: ICE quietly got an extra $200 million
By Tal Kopan

Vox Is Trump using hurricane relief money to fund ICE? Not exactly.
By Dara Lind

Miami Herald Be careful with your green card or visa application. A mistake can now get you deported.

New York Times Detention of Migrant Children Has Skyrocketed to Highest Levels Ever
By Caitlin Dickerson

The Hill Migrant children in detention soars to highest level ever: report

Dallas Morning News New data suggests Trump's separation of children at the border was no deterrent
By Dianne Solis

KERA Rocked By An Immigration Raid, One Family Fears Separation After 20 Years In North Texas

Associated Press Family Arrivals Surge at US-Mexico Border in August

New York Times More Migrant Families, and Guatemalans, Are Trying to Enter the U.S.
By Ron Nixon

Washington Post Arrests of migrant families rose 38 percent in August in what Trump officials call a 'crisis' at the border
By Nick Miroff

The Hill DHS: Number of migrant families at border hit record in August

NBC News A scramble to help families left behind: The fallout of the Trump administration's immigration raids
By Daniella Silva

Detroit Free Press Congressman introduces bill to stop deportation of deaf Detroit immigrant
By Niraj Warikoo

ABC Action News Flyer circulating in Florida offering fake reward to turn in undocumented immigrants
By Sarina Fazan

The Hill Immigration key to Trump support from white evangelicals, says pollster
By Julia Manchester

Raw Story Donald Trump is working to suppress the vote in North Carolina using monstrous new methods

Esquire Nike and Columbia Are Standing Up for Immigrants in Oregon

Daily Signal Twitter Rejects Ads Using the Words 'Illegal Alien' and 'Criminal Alien,' Calling That 'Hate Speech' Troy Worden

Washington Post (Opinion) Repeating anti-immigrant screeds doesn't make them true
By Jennifer Rubin


San Diego Tribune Actress Alyssa Milano highlights lack of legal representation in immigration court during San Diego visit
By Kristina Davis

Associated Press Meatpacking Plant Owner Pleads Guilty After Immigration Raid

Washington Post Court ruling revives fight by undocumented immigrants against mobile home park evictions in Va.
By Antonio Olivo

San Diego Union Tribune Vista council reinforces decision to back Trump lawsuit against California immigration law
By Deborah Sullivan Brennan

Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Plant workers held in immigration case
By Dave Hughes

Associated Press (Michigan) Immigrant Siblings Charged in Dairy Co-Worker's Death

MLive (Michigan) Immigrants contribute $3.3B to Kent County's GDP, report says
By Brian McVicar

San Francisco Chronicle (Editorial) Trump's fake crisis distracts from real ones

mySanAntonio (Editorial) Severely limiting refugee entry into U.S. sets bad precedent

Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) The Trump administration wants to bypass rules that protect immigrant children
By Bill Holston

Knox News (Op-Ed) Immigrant advocates call on Sheriff Spangler to review ICE 'bed contract'
By Meghan Conley