Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – November 14, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 14, 2023.


Associated Press House pushes off impeachment of Homeland Secretary Mayorkas for handling of southern border
By Stephen Groves

New York Times Border Wall Falls Leave Migrants With Devastating — and Costly — Injuries
By Miriam Jordan

New York Times House Blocks Snap Mayorkas Impeachment Vote as Inquiry Continues
By Luke Broadwater

Axios House votes against impeaching DHS Secretary Mayorkas
By Andrew Solender

Washington Post With surge from India, international students flock to United States
By Nick Anderson

Punchbowl Will Democrats bail out Johnson?
By Jake Sherman, John Bresnahan, Andrew Desiderio, Heather Caygle

The Hill GOP leaders aim to pass funding bill with help from Democrats amid conservative opposition
By Emily Brooks

Border Report Immigrant worker advocates to march in DC for long-term rights
By Sandra Sanchez

New York Times Trump Campaign Officials Try to Play Down Contentious 2025 Plans
By Maggie Haberman, Jonathan Swan, Charlie Savage

Axios Trump campaign defends "vermin" speech amid fascist comparisons
By Zachary Basu

Washington Post Univision, the Spanish language news giant, shifts its approach to Trump
By Michael Scherer, Josh Dawsey

New York Times (Op-Ed) No, Immigrants Aren’t ‘Poisoning the Blood of Our Country’
By Paul Krugman

Hechinger Report (Op-Ed) To solve teacher shortages, let’s open pathways for immigrants so they can become educators and role models
By Daniela Alulema


KPBS People facing deportation in San Diego County have access to free immigration lawyers
By Gustavo Solis Mass. launches work clinic for migrants
By Ross Cristantiello

CBS Colorado Denver moms help Venezuelan migrants: "They don't want anything but to work and provide for themselves"
By Michael Abeyta

CBS Boston Migrants attend work authorization clinic in Reading