Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips - March 20, 2024

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 20, 2024.


Law 360 Attys Says Haitians Must Be Protected From Deportation
By Nadia Dreid

Forbes Florida Could Fly Haitian Migrants To Martha’s Vineyard, DeSantis Warns
By Sara Dorn

NBC News Appeals court blocks Texas immigration law shortly after Supreme Court action
By Lawrence Hurley

Courthouse News Service Father facing separation from son wins Supreme Court deportation fight
By Ryan Knappenberger, Kelsey Reichmann

Times of India Key US immigration reform recommendations made by AILA
By Lubna Kably

CNN Here’s how an immigration surge hurts — and helps — the US economy
By Elisabeth Buchwald

CBS News Turmoil in Haiti hasn't yet led to spike in migrants trying to reach U.S. shores, officials say
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez, Nicole Sganga

Washington Post Appeals court again blocks Texas from arresting and deporting migrants
By Ann E. Marimow, Arelis R. Hernández

ABC News 5th Circuit Court of Appeals decision blocks enforcement of strict Texas immigration law SB4
By Devin Dwyer, Armando Garcia, Quinn Owen

CBS News Texas immigration law blocked again, just hours after Supreme Court allowed state to arrest migrants
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

New York Times Mexico Condemns Texas Law, and Says It Will Not Accept Deportations From the State
By Emiliano Rodríguez Mega

Amsterdam News The Trump immigration plan
By Felicia J. Persaud

Washington Times Supreme Court allows Texas’ stiff anti-illegal immigration law to take effect
By Stephen Dinan

The Hill Former aide: Trump ‘blood bath’ remark follows ‘proven track record’ of ‘unhinged comments’
By Tara Suter

Axios Biden-Harris campaign launches push for Latino voters
By Hans Nichols

The Hill Ana Navarro: Trump ‘putting a target’ on Latinos with ‘not people’ comments
By Dominick Mastrangelo

Vox (Op-Ed) The Supreme Court’s confusing new border decision, explained
By Ian Millhiser


WABE After Laken Riley killing, a Georgia bill prompts fears of an immigration crackdown
By Emily Wu Pearson

Texas Tribune Texas’ new immigration law is blocked again
By Alejandro Serrano, Uriel J. García

Iowa Public Radio Iowa House sends Texas-style immigration enforcement bill to governor
By Katarina Sostaric