Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – July 9, 2024

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


NOTUS Immigration Lawyers Say the Biden Administration’s Supreme Court Win Was a Terrible Mistake
By Casey Murray

New York Times With Empathy, Bearing Witness to One Family’s Plight
By Luis Ferré-Sadurní

Reuters Biden is now deporting more people than Trump
By Ben Kellerman, Mica Rosenberg, Ted Hesson

Border Report A month removed from Biden’s asylum executive order, fewer migrants crossing the border says advocate
By Salvador Rivera

NBC News Panama is using barbed wire to try to block a major route for U.S.-bound migrants
By Didi Martinez, Julia Ainsley

The Hill ‘Migrant invasion,’ mass deportations top 2024 GOP platform
By Rafael Bernal

Cox Media House to consider GOP-backed bill would require proof of citizenship to register to vote
By Kirstin Garriss

Washington Post Democrats focus attacks on right-wing Project 2025 pushed by Trump allies
By Josh Dawsey, Hannah Knowles

Washington Post Latino voters aren’t all in for Biden. They’re not sure about Harris, either.
By Sabrina Rodriguez, Ronda Churchill


Minnesota Public Radio Report: Asylum seekers face ‘refugee roulette’ in Minnesota court
By Emily Bright, Ngoc Bui and Matthew Alvarez

Sacramento Bee Immigration visas can take decades. Just ask this Sacramento mother waiting for her son
By Matthew Miranda

Colorado Public Radio Colorado appeals court bars sheriffs from detaining inmates for federal immigration authorities after they’re eligible for release
By Alison Borden

WGBH Gen Z voters debate US immigration policy: clamp down or fix the system?
By Valentina Baez

Fox 45 Baltimore Maryland immigration policies differ by county
By Maxine Streicher

Las Vegas Sun (Op-Ed) Biden has been a leader on immigration reform
By Fabian Doñate

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) What is Project 2025 and why is Trump distancing himself from it?
By Marcela García