Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – November 10, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 10, 2023.


CBS News Bipartisan group of senators working through weekend to forge border security deal: "We have to act now"
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Hill Durbin urges Biden to grant temporary legal status to Palestinians in US
By Lauren Sforza

New York Times Lahaina’s Immigrants Weigh an Uncertain Future
By Tim Arango

The Hill Faith-based groups call to stop deportations to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
By Rafael Bernal

NPR How Latinos in Iowa respond to anti-immigrant rhetoric from GOP candidates
By A Martínez

Bloomberg Cities Looking to Fill Jobs with Migrants Face 9 Million Application Backlog
By Marien Lopez Medina, Augusta Saraiva

Politico Trouble ’round the bend
By Myah Ward, Lauren Egan, Benjamin Johansen

Reuters Apple agrees to $25 million settlement with US over hiring of immigrants
By Daniel Wiessner

Baptist News Global Immigration advocates furious with Biden administration and House Republicans
By Jeff Brumley

Washington Examiner White House clarifies where Biden stands on border deal with Republicans
By Christian Datoc

Washington Examiner Texas House Republicans push against Senate GOP proposal to tie border security to Ukraine funding
By Cami Mondeaux

Washington Post Trump says on Univision he could weaponize FBI, DOJ against his enemies
By Maegan Vazquez

The Hill Trump defends family separation policy in new interview
By Brett Samuels

Washington Post NBC hosts a GOP debate — and its right-wing misinformation
By Philip Bump

New York Times (Op-Ed) The G.O.P’s Culture War Shtick Is Wearing Thin With Voters
By Jamelle Bouie

Washington Post (Letter to the Editor) Customs budget won’t make communities safer
By Silky Shah.


Texas Public Radio Texas Senate passes state immigration enforcement bill and $1.5 billion more for border barriers
By Julián Aguilar

Ripon Advance Salazar offers bipartisan, bicameral bill to support unaccompanied alien children in court

KOSU Immigration advocacy group certifies Tulsa as Oklahoma's first 'Welcoming City'
By Max Bryan

Latino Los Ángeles (Op-Ed) The immigration issue’s vicious circle has to be broken
By Maribel Hastings, David Torres

Miami Herald (Op-Ed) President Biden isn’t listening to Haitians. He should before it’s too late
By Charnette Frederic, Marleine Bastien