Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – July 8, 2024

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


Reuters Fact Check: Biden immigration policy does not grant citizenship to one million undocumented migrants

Los Angeles Times Alejandro Mayorkas: The immigrant overseeing the borders
By Andrea Castillo

Wall Street Journal U.S. Officials Wanted to Avoid Trump’s ‘Kids in Cages’ Problem. Doing So Created Another Dilemma.
By Jack Gillum, Michelle Hackman

Associated Press How Texas is still investigating migrant aid groups on the border after a judge’s scathing order
By Valerie Gonzalez

USA Today Trump's presidency viewed more favorably than Biden's, post-debate poll finds
By Joey Garrison, Rachel Barber

Axios Scoop: Democrats whip against GOP's latest election crackdown
By Andrew Solender

Axios Trump disavows Heritage Foundation's Project 2025, despite MAGA ties
By Mike Allen, Zachary Basu

New York Times Yes, Uncle Sam, We Met on Tinder
By Andrew Behrendt

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Why I believe parole for immigrant spouses is lawful — and laudable
By Theodore B. Olson

Financial Times (Op-Ed) Immigrants really do get the job done
By Rana Foroohar

New York Times (Op-Ed) How Biden Can Win Over Young Latinos
By Jean Guerrero

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump doesn’t want Americans to know what Republicans stand for


KERA Recent Supreme Court ruling could have big impact on U.S. immigration policy, asylum cases
By Julián Aguilar

Public News Service NY advocates denounce termination of free phone call program
By Edwin J. Viera

Hawaii News Now Immigration in Hawaii: Lahaina fire sheds light on plight of state’s fastest growing ethnic group
By Annalisa Burgos

Michigan Advance Immigration is a top 2024 election issue. Here’s what residents in 4 Michigan cities believe.
By Kyle Davidson

Idaho Capital Sun Unauthorized immigrants are key players in Idaho’s economy, agricultural sector, study shows
By Mia Maldonado

El Semanario (Op-Ed) The contrasts on immigration between Biden and Trump are clear
By Maribel Hastings