Daily Immigration News Clips – April 2, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on April 2, 2018

National

Houston Chronicle Trump administration tries to curb asylum
By Lomi Kriel

Time John Oliver Puts Immigration Courts on Trial on Last Week Tonight
By Melissa Locker

Bustle John Oliver's Segment On Immigration Courts Reveals Some Shocking Realities
By Sarah Friedmann

The Hill Five ways Trump is restricting immigration
By Rafael Bernal

San Francisco Chronicle H-1B visas by the numbers: Silicon Valley versus Indian outsourcing companies
By Trisha Thadani and Annie Ma

Los Angeles Sentinel Trump's Immigration Polices Continue to Terrorize as He Ends Program for Liberian Immigrants
By Niele Anderson

The Washington Post Trump administration ends automatic release from immigration detention for pregnant women
By Maria Sacchetti

Buzzfeed News A Judge Just Ruled That The Trump Administration Cannot Block Undocumented Pregnant Teens From Getting Abortions
By Ema O'Connor

Observer Where Are Most of America's Highly-Skilled Foreign Workers Located?
By Sissi Cao

Cronkite Path to citizenship is long, frustrating and expensive
By Lerman Montoya and Adriana de Alba

Military Times As many as 11,800 military families face deportation issues, group says
By Tara Copp

New York Times Citing Trump's 'Racial Slurs,' Judge Says Suit to Preserve DACA Can Continue
By Alan Feuer

Wall Street Journal Trump Suggests Any DACA Deal With Democrats Is Dead
By Andrew Ackerman

The Washington Post 'No more DACA deal,' Trump says as he threatens to 'stop' NAFTA if Mexico doesn't better secure border
By Philip Rucker and David Weigel

The Hill Trump demands 'nuclear option' and 'no more DACA deal'
By Luis Sanchez

Axios Trump tells Senate GOP to use nuclear option for immigration laws
By Erica Pandey

Progressive The Cruelty of Trump's War on Immigrants
By James Goodman

The Washington Post A sanctuary of one
By Stephanie McCrummen

The Hill Orange County board member: We joined lawsuit against California because the state isn't right
By Luis Sanchez

Denver Post To stay or go? As immigration battles unfold in Congress and courts, Coloradans losing temporary protected status face an "impossible" decision
By Jenn Fields

AP Deported Army veteran wins fight for US citizenship
By Elliot Spagat

Los Angeles Times ICE arrests farmworkers, sparking fears in the Central Valley over immigrants and the economy
By Andrea Castillo

San Francisco Chronicle Immigration chief in SF apologizes for social media post seen as offensive
By Hamed Aleaziz

New York Daily Times Prisoner escapes ICE custody at Kennedy Airport and jumps into taxi
By Thomas Tracy and John Annese

East Bay Times Experts concerned Contra Costa sheriff tipping off ICE by posting release dates of detained immigrants
By Aaron Davis and Nate Gatrell

Politico Trump complains about 'dumb' immigration laws
By Brent D. Griffiths

Buzzfeed News A Huge Caravan Of Central Americans Is Headed For The US, And No One In Mexico Dares To Stop Them
By Adolfo Flores

Forbes (Op-Ed) Better Immigration Policies Would Help U.S. Tech Companies
By Stuart Anderson

HuffPost (Op-Ed) A Census Question About Citizenship Should Worry You, No Matter Your Immigration Stance
By Juan Escalante

Local

Voice of San Diego In Two High-Profile Arrests, Border Patrol Accused Immigrants of Human Smuggling But Never Turned Over the Cases
By Maya Srikrishan

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Georgia) Critics of Ga. immigration enforcement bill write to Facebook, Amazon
By Jeremy Redmon

El Paso Times (Texas) Caravan to travel across Texas to educate immigrants on rights over 'sanctuary cities' law
By Aileen B. Flores