Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – June 11, 2024

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 11, 2024.


CBS News Biden weighs move to unlock legal status for some unauthorized immigrants
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

NBC News Biden administration is considering protecting undocumented immigrants who are married to citizens
By Gabe Gutierrez, Monica Alba, Julie Tsirkin

NPR In attempting to curtail immigration, the U.S. looks for allies in Latin America
By Jasmine Garsd

Reuters US to close costly Texas immigration detention center and reroute funds
By Ted Hesson

Courthouse News Service Federal judge urged to block enforcement of Iowa immigration law
By Rox Laird

NPR Blocked from asylum, migrants juggle their choices: try to cross again or give up
By Sergio Martínez-Beltrán

Mother Jones What Happens to a Dream Deferred?
By Isabela Dias

New York Times Days After Border Closes for Most Migrants, Manageable Crowds but More Anxiety
By Edgar Sandoval, Reyes Mata III

The New Yorker The Immigration Story Nobody Is Talking About
By John Cassidy

Salon (Op-Ed) The inflationary consequences of Trump's planned immigration crackdown
By Kristian Ramos

The Atlantic (Op-Ed) Biden Saw What Was Wrong With Democrats’ Immigration Policy
By Mike Madrid

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Column: Biden bucks his party for an immigration win
By Anita Chabria

USA Today (Op-Ed) Among Latino voters, the biggest threat to Joe Biden is not Donald Trump
By Maria Teresa Kumar

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Why Biden’s new border plan is a terrible idea
By Karen Musalo

New York Times (Op-Ed) Why Biden Is Right to Curb Immigration
By Nicholas Kristof

New York Daily News (Editorial) Borderline gamble: Biden’s immigration order walks a fine line


The Cap Times DACA immigrants in the Madison area live with fear and uncertainty
By Jana Rose Schleis

Miami Herald Trump’s deportation plans have some undocumented on edge
By Sylvia Ortiz Blanes, Max Greenwood