Daily Immigration News Clips – July 25, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 25, 2017


NPR Mass. High Court: Local Authorities Can't Detain People Without Charges For ICE
By Colin Dwyer

Associated Press Court: Officials Can't Detain Immigrants Without Charges

Reuters Massachusetts Top Court: State Can't Comply With Immigration Detainers
By Scott Malone

New York Times Court Officers Can't Hold People Solely Under ICE Detainers, Massachusetts Justices Rule
By Jess Bidgood

Wall Street Journal Massachusetts State Court Rules Against Immigration Detention Policy
By Laura Meckler

Boston Globe Court officers can ignore federal requests to detain immigrants, SJC rules
By Milton J. Valencia and John R. Ellement

Boston Herald SJC rules against ICE in blockbuster Massachusetts immigration case
By Chris Villani

WCVB State's highest court takes position in immigration hold debate

New Yorker A Veteran ICE Agent, Disillusioned with the Trump Era, Speaks Out
By Jonathan Blitzer

Associated Press Immigrants wept, pleaded for water and pounded on the truck
By Frank Bajak and Nomaan Merchant

Associated Press Smugglers offer crammed big rigs as 'VIP treatment' to US
By Elliot Spagat

New York Times By Land, Sea or Catapult: How Smugglers Get Drugs Across the Border
By Ron Nixon

Washington Post San Antonio truck deaths recall horror of 19 who died in 2003 Texas smuggling case
By Derek Hawkins

Washington Post 10th person confirmed dead in suspected smuggling case in San Antonio
By Maria Sacchetti, Lindsey Bever, Avi Selk and Todd C. Frankel

Washington Post Horrific episode of human smuggling fuels both sides of immigration debate
By Sondhya Somashekhar

Wall Street Journal Death Toll Rises to 10 in Suspected Human-Smuggling Case in Texas
By Dan Frosch

The Hill Truck driver faces federal charges in San Antonio human-trafficking incident
By Olivia Beavers

Detroit Free Press Judge halts deportation of Iraqis detained by ICE
By Niraj Warikoo

Associated Press Judge indefinitely halts deportation of 1,400-plus Iraqis
By Ed White

The Economist Chaldean Catholics and Iraqi Kurds face deportation

Associated Press Haitians Seek Lawmakers' Help for Immigration Protections

Associated Press Judge: Nonprofit legal groups can keep helping immigrants

Reuters U.S. Allows Fast Processing Again for Some H-1B Visa Applications
By Mica Rosenberg

Miami Herald That visa you asked for might arrive just a little bit quicker
By Glenn Garvin

Reuters U.S. Judge Allows Trump Election Commission to Seek Voting Data
By Lawrence Hurley

New York Times In Taking Aim at His Attorney General, Trump Tests Sessions's Views
By Rebecca Ruiz and Charlie Savage

Associated Press Trump intensifies criticism of his own attorney general
By Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin

Associated Press When he travels, Trump favors states that voted for him
By Julie Bykowicz and Jonathan Lemire

Washington Post Trump leaves Sessions twisting in the wind while berating him publicly
By Sari Horwitz, Matt Zapotosky and Robert Costa

Politico Democrats sidestep social issues in new economic push
By Heather Caygle and Elana Schor

Houston Public Media Houston Police Chief Debates SB4 At Latino Town Hall
By Jen Rice

Investor's Business Daily To Fix Our Immigration System, Start By Rewarding The Greatest Act Of Patriotism
By Rep. Jeff Denham and Daniel Garza

Washington Post (Opinion) Democrats try to fill the hollow Trump agenda
By Jennifer Rubin

Vox (Opinion) The real reason Jeff Sessions is putting up with Trump's crap
By Dara Lind

Boston Globe (Opinion) Our coming constitutional crisis
By Michael A. Cohen

The Hill (Op-Ed) Loyal war translators earned US immigrant visas
By Ryan Crocker

The Hill (Op-Ed) Message to Democrats: Don't run away from race and class in 2018 and 2020 elections
By Tamara Draut

The Hill (Op-Ed) Congress promised foreign-born recruits citizenship - time to deliver
By Patrick J. Mondaca


Star Tribune (Minnesota) Some immigrants face Catch-22 as ICE takes a harder line on detention
By Mila Koumpilova

Associated Press (Oregon) Oregon jail holding immigrants sued by property taxpayers
By Steven Dubois

WENY Showing of solidarity forms for Norwalk mother facing deportation
By Rebecca Cashman

NBC 4 Fallbrook Father, DACA Candidate Detained by Border Officials, Released
By Dave Summers

NBC 5 Illinois DREAMers Worry Program's Days Are Numbered
By Christian Farr

Arizona Republic Attorney general: Why are Arizona 'dreamers' still paying in-state tuition?
By Anne Ryman

Phoenix New Times Ending a Dream: Do We Really Want to Deport These Undocumented Youths?
By Joseph Flaherty

New Haven Independet Undocumented Urge Pols To Defend DACA
By Jon Greenberg

WFAA DACA recipient recalls being smuggled into U.S. as a child
By David Goins

New York Times (Virginia) Candidates for Virginia Governor Employ Trump as a Barometer
By Jonathan Martin

Washington Post (Virginia) Poll: Dead heat in Virginia governor's race; Gillespie is outperforming Trump

The Hill (Virginia) Poll: Va. governor's race in dead heat
By Lisa Hagen

Norwalk Reflector Jesus Lara Lopez family fundraiser tops $22,700 following deportation
By Michael Sangiacomo of Cleveland Plain Dealer