Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips - March 22, 2024

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 22, 2024.


American Bazaar AILA seeks legal pathways to permanent status
By Arun Kumar

CNN Mexico warns US court of ‘substantial tension’ if controversial Texas immigration law takes effect
By Sahar Akbarzai, Ivonne Valdes, Devan Cole

CNBC Immigration is boosting the U.S. economy and has been 'really underestimated,' says JPMorgan research head
By Elliot Smith

Bloomberg Tech Group Sues to Halt Impending Immigration Fee Increases
By Andrew Kreighbaum

NPR Republican-led states aim to advance their own immigration laws
By Ryland Barton

Washington Post Law enforcement officials in Texas wonder how they will enforce migrant arrest law
By Sean Murphy, Erik Verduzco

Washington Post U.S. evacuating Americans from Haiti as humanitarian crisis worsens
By Widlore Mérancourt, Amanda Coletta

NOTUS Democrats Are Running Out of Time to Bring Back the Latino Voters They’re Losing
By Oriana González

New York Times Menendez Won’t Run as Democrat but Leaves Door Open to Independent Bid
By Nicholas Fandos, Tracey Tully

New York Times An American Slowdown
By German Lopez

New York Times Chasing Clicks in the Jungle: Right-Wing Influencers Descend on the Darién Gap
By Ken Bensinger

Washington Post Democratic cities that welcomed migrants are starting to roll back aid
By Joanna Slater, Reis Thebault, Karin Brulliard

NBC News Mass. Senate passes budget, with over $800M to help migrant shelters
By Munashe Kwangwari

The New Republic (Op-Ed) Elon Musk Pushes a Vile, Toxic Hate Video—and Exposes His Own Scam
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Editorial) Don’t let the ‘bloodbath’ furor distract from Trump’s real outrages

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Will Mexico’s president change the course of U.S. elections?
By Eduardo Porter


AZ Mirror Pro-immigrant business leaders: GOP bills targeting migrants are ‘anti-business’
By Gloria Rebecca Gomez

El Paso Times Migrants breach razor wire barrier in El Paso, overwhelm Texas National Guard
By Omar Ornelas Aaron A. Bedoya

NBC4 Virginia governor vetoes 22 bills, including easier path for certain immigrants to work as police
By Denise Lavoie

The State of California Border crisis: California and national voters demand action in election year

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Op-Ed) We can have secure border and humane immigration policy
By Carolyn Bourdeaux

Ohio Capital Journal (Op-Ed) Ohioans want solutions for immigration, not political theater
By Christina Staats