Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – November 16, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 16, 2023.


The Messenger As Trump Plans Second-Term Assault on Immigration, Biden and Democrats Begin to Fight Back
By Adrian Carrasquillo

NBC News Biden compares Trump's 'vermin' remarks to Nazi rhetoric
By Summer Concepcion

Axios Trump's new Latino strategy casts him as victim of socialists
By Sophia Cai, Martin Vassolo

Los Angeles Times Univision news anchor León Krauze departs after network’s controversial Trump interview
By Stephen Battaglio

NBC News Undocumented immigrants ask Biden for the unlikely: Work permits like those given to Venezuelans
By Suzanne Gamboa

Semafor Republicans have a bold new demand for Ukraine aid
By Joseph Zeballos-Roig

New York Magazine (Op-Ed) Trump’s Anti-Migrant ‘Blitz’ Is Too Chilling to Ignore
By Ed Kilgore

Forbes (Op-Ed) What We Can Learn From Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Immigrant Success Story
By Stuart Anderson


Arizona Public Media New report finds immigrant contributions in the state in the billions
By Danyelle Khmara

KENS 5 Texas has a new bill to remove migrants who are entering the state illegally. Now Congressional Democrats are pushing back.
By Andrew Moore

Arkansas Advocate Arkansas United launches new federally-funded immigrant integration program
By Antoinette Grajeda

NC Newsline Immigrant families in NC face barriers to enrollment in safety-net programs
By Lynn Bonner

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel New face of Milwaukee's immigrants found in church with multiple languages, one mission
By Sophie Carson

Crain’s Chicago Business Chicago's labor market is driving migration to the city
By Jack Grieve

Dallas Morning News Mexico ‘strongly rejects’ border security bill Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says he will sign
By Aarón Torres, Alfredo Corchado

NBC 4 Congressman Castro and Texas delegation address new border security bills criminalizing illegal crossings

Texas Tribune Mexico “rejects” Texas’ proposal to allow state police to deport undocumented immigrants
By Uriel J. García

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Op-Ed) Milwaukee is shrinking. Nashville and Minneapolis growing. Immigrants help them thrive.
By Mike Gousha, John D. Johnson

El Semanario (Op-Ed) The Immigration Issue’s Vicious Circle Has To Be Broken
By Maribel Hastings, David Torres