Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – February 8, 2024

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on February 8, 2024.


NBC News The Biden administration is considering executive action to deter illegal migration at the southern border
By Julia Ainsley, Monica Alba

Bloomberg Border Deal’s Demise Makes Future Immigration Talks Even Harder
By Ellen M. Gilmer

Border Report Fast-growing number of asylum-seekers face shortage of immigration lawyers, study finds
By Sandra Sanchez

The Hill How the federal government created the immigration crisis that now bedevils it
By Saul Elbein, Rafael Bernal

Washington Post What a border deal collapse means for 2024
By Aaron Blake

Slate The Border Deal Flopped. But It Probably Wasn’t a Complete Waste of Time.
By Jim Newell

New York Times Biden Blames Trump for Faltering Effort to Address Immigration and Ukraine Aid
By Peter Baker, Catie Edmondson

Bloomberg Immigration to Boost US GDP by $7 Trillion Over Decade, CBO Says
By Rich Miller

New York Times (Op-Ed) This Immigration Bill Was Never Going to Fix the Border
By César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández

Huffington Post (Op-Ed) The Great Republican Con Over Immigration
By Bruce Maiman

The Hill (Op-Ed) After fumbling border security, the immigration crisis is on Republicans
By Will Marshall


Minnesota Reformer Immigration advocates seek restart after Senate deal flops
By Ariana Figueroa

ABC45 USCIS will increase fees for immigration status change applications
By Lisbeth Ramirez

MassLive How Washington’s meltdown on immigration reform again leaves Mass. holding the bag
By John L. Micek

NJ Spotlight News GOP turmoil has domino effect on border deal, aid for US allies
By Benjamin J. Hulac

KCRG Iowa immigrant community protests bills introduced in legislature
By Conner Hendricks

Seattle Times H-1B: Bad luck in the skilled-worker visa lottery pushes workers from Silicon Valley and other U.S. regions to Canada
By Ethan Baron