Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – November 13, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 13, 2023.


NPR Migrants are showing up at the U.S. Southern border in historic numbers. Here's why
By Jasmine Gard

The Hill Border fight in Senate raises risks for passage of Ukraine aid
By Al Weaver

The Hill House may consider Mayorkas impeachment this week
By Olafimihan Oshin

Mother Jones Republicans Are Linking Aid for Ukraine and Israel to Tough Immigration Policies
By Isabela Dias

Punchbowl Will the House impeach Mayorkas?
By Heather Caygle, John Bresnahan

New York Times Sweeping Raids, Giant Camps and Mass Deportations: Inside Trump’s 2025 Immigration Plans
By Charlie Savage, Maggie Haberman, Jonathan Swan

CNN Trump plots mass detention and deportation of undocumented immigrants should he regain power
By Alayna Treene, Kristen Holmes

The Messenger Biden Campaign Slams Trump Immigration Agenda as ‘Racist’ and ‘Cruel’
By Eva Surovell

New York Times They Arrived Homeless. Now They’re Helping Others Make New York Home
By Nina Agrawal

The Washington Times Marjorie Taylor Greene makes case for impeaching DHS chief Mayorkas
By Stephen Dinan

Forbes (Op-Ed) Apple Settles DOJ Immigrant Lawsuit, Complying With PERM Not A Defense
By Stuart Anderson

MSNBC (Op-Ed) Trump’s deranged pitch to Latino voters: Some of you are better than others
By Julio Ricardo Varela


WGBH Healey-federal partnership could approve work authorization for migrants in weeks, not months
By Sarah Betancourt

CBS Boston Massachusetts reaches capacity of 7,500 families enrolled at emergency shelters
By Tammy Mutasa

ABC 7 (NYC) Migrant families turn around after arriving at Floyd Bennett Field shelter in Brooklyn
By Sonia Rincón

Public News Service Strong demand among undocumented Coloradans for health coverage
By Eric Galatas

San Antonio Express News (Editorial) What Joe Biden needs to say to the nation about the border, immigration