Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – February 9, 2024

2/9/24
Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on February 9, 2024.

National

Law 360 DHS To Propose Employment Visa Updates Later This Year
By Britain Eakin

NPR Biden's new move is playing offense on border politics. But will voters be swayed?
By Deepa Shivaram

Politico The Senate GOP ends up exactly where it started on foreign aid
By Burgess Everett, Ursula Perano

NPR What voters are saying about Congress' latest failure to address immigration reform
By Danielle Kurtzleben

Vox 7 questions about migration and the US-Mexico border, answered
By Abdallah Fayyad, Nicole Narea, Andrew Prokop

News Nation Several US immigration, naturalization fees to increase in April
By Taylor Delandro

Reuters US Senate advances $95 bln Ukraine, Israel aid bill after failed border deal
By Patricia Zengerle, Richard Cowan, Makini Brice

Time Surge in Immigration Will Boost U.S. Economy, Congressional Budget Office Says
By Rich Miller

Politico The special election that could preview November
By Calder McHugh

New Yorker Greg Abbott’s Anti-Migrant Standoff at the Border
By Rachel Monroe

CBS News Migrant crossings fall sharply along Texas border, shifting to Arizona and California
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Atlantic (Op-Ed) Trump’s ‘Knock on the Door’
By Ronald Brownstein

Washington Monthly (Op-Ed) Fear of Immigrants Has Broken the Republican Party
By Bill Scher

Washington Post (Op-Ed) For House Republicans, failure is the only option
By Dana Millbank

New York Times (Op-Ed) How Biden Could Act on the Border, and Help Himself in November
By john B. Judis

The Nation (Op-Ed) The Democrats’ Hard-Right Turn on Immigration Is a Disaster In Every Way
By Adam Johnson

Local

Los Angeles Times Two Californians who crossed their parties on immigration fight
By Laurel Rosenhall

CBS Boston Tracing the path to Massachusetts for thousands of new Haitian immigrants
By Louisa Moller

CBS Chicago City campaign makes it easier for volunteers to help out in migrant crisis
By Matthew Cramer

City Limits (Op-Ed) Let Asylum Seekers Work
By Andreina Zuluaga