Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – November 20, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 20, 2023.


CBS News Biden plans to deploy immigration officers to Panama to help screen and deport U.S.-bound migrants, officials say
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Associated Press Haitian immigrants sue Indiana over law that limits driver’s license access to certain Ukrainians
By Isabella Volmert

Washington Post Latino backlash grows over Donald Trump’s friendly Univision interview
By Michael Scherer

Associated Press Democratic-led cities pay for migrants’ tickets to other places as resources dwindle
By Jesse Bedayn

The Hill Hispanics warn of dangerous trap in Ukraine-for-border talks
By Rafael Bernal

Los Angeles Times Outrage against Univision grows after Trump interview
By Hannah Wiley, Julia Wick

CNN Trump visits Texas near US-Mexico border as he escalates anti-immigrant rhetoric
By Kate Sullivan

The Messenger Democrats and Latino Leaders Slam Univision for Trump Coziness, Call for Network to Make Amends
By Adrian Carrasquillo


Hoodline Massachusetts and Biden-Harris Administration Team Up to Expedite Work Authorization for Over 1,200 Migrants at Middlesex County Clinic
By Benjamin Cortez

The Texas Tribune As Texas tries to end federal “parole” program for some immigrants, a Nicaraguan waits to see if he can stay
By Uriel J García

Tampa Bay Times Tampa Cubans fear deportation after recent court ruling
By Juan Carlos Chavez

CBS Chicago Chicago's new shelter stay limit for migrants worries volunteers
By Noel Brennan

NBC DFW Gov. Abbott prepares to sign immigration law SB4; advocates call it racist, unconstitutional
By Keenan Willard

Dallas Morning News Abbott endorses Trump at border amid uproar over plans for mass deportation of migrants
By Todd J Gillman, Aarón Torres

San Antonio Current Challenges mount for Texas bill that would let state deport undocumented migrants
By Sanford Nowlin

News Nation Texas Rep. on migrant arrest bill: ‘We’re not trying to round up folks’
By Damita Menezes

Austin American-Statesman (Op-Ed) Immigrants contribute and embody the Texas spirit. So why does the GOP vilify them?
By Juan R. Gonzalez

El Paso Matters (Op-Ed) Texas governor, Legislature continue to invade border communities
By David Stout