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Daily Immigration News Clips – March 18, 2024

3/18/24 AILA Doc. No. 24031871.
Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 18, 2024.

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Bloomberg Immigrant Advocates Push Work Permit Fix in Race Against Clock By Andrew Kreighbaum

Washington Post Biden toughened asylum screening. It won’t contain a new border surge. By Nick Miroff

NBC News The U.S. is still sending Haitians intercepted at sea back to Haiti despite the violence in their home country By Julia Ainsley

PBS News Hour ‘We have not given up on Congress’ to act on immigration reform, Mayorkas says By Amna Nawaz, Stephanie Kotuby, Alexa Gold

Marketplace Recent immigrants have filled labor gaps, boosted job creation, experts say By Sabri Ben-Achour

The Hill Trump says some undocumented immigrants are ‘not people,’ warns US will see ‘bloodbath’ if not reelected By Nick Robertson

Associated Press DeSantis signs bills that he says will keep immigrants living in the US illegally from Florida

Associated Press Tennessee House advances bill requiring local officers to aid US immigration authorities By Jonathan Mattise

New York Times Trump Says Some Migrants Are ‘Not People’ and Predicts a ‘Blood Bath’ if He Loses By Anjali Huynh, Michael Gold

Washington Post Trump says some undocumented immigrants are ‘not people’ By Marisa Iati

New York Times Trump Doubles Down on Migrants ‘Poisoning’ the Country By Maggie Astor

Washington Post Biden toughened asylum screening. It won’t contain a new border surge. By Nick Miroff

New York Times Ankle Monitors and Curfews: Inside Biden’s New Tracking System for Migrant Families By Hamed Aleaziz

Washington Post Border security deadlock heightens risk of government shutdown By Jacob Bogage

New York Times Chicago Begins Evicting Migrants From Shelters, Citing Strain on Resources By Miriam Jordan

CNN Texas governor predicted donations would pay for busing migrants out of state. He’s collected less than 1% of that cost By Blake Ellis, Melanie Hicken, Kyung Lah, Allison Gordon

New York Times (Op-Ed) We’re Not Burdens on Society. We’re Engines of Economic Progress. By Marie Arana


Boston Globe ‘They are assets, they are not liabilities’: Haitian-American pastor’s leadership shines amid migrant crisis By Niki Griswold

City Limits Newly Arrived Immigrant Youth Face Challenges to School Enrollment By Daniel Parra

Source NM Colorado College researchers document abuses at NM immigration detention centers By Austin Fisher

KOSU Oklahoma lawmakers advance bill to restrict state dollars going to people without legal immigration status By Lionel Ramos