Daily Immigration News Clips – April 27 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on April 27, 2018


Bloomberg BNA Foreign Student Training Program Rules Quietly Tightened
By Laura Francis

The Hill DHS ends protected status for Nepal
By Rafael Bernal

New York Times Federal Agencies Lost Track of Nearly 1,500 Migrant Children Placed With Sponsors
By Ron Nixon

AP Almost 1,500 Migrant Children Placed in Homes by the U.S. Government Went Missing Last Year
By Garance Burke

The Washington Post Top Homeland Security officials urge criminal prosecution of parents crossing border with children
By Maria Sacchetti

CNN Lawmakers slam Trump's Homeland Security chief over focus on immigrant caravan, border wall
By Tal Kopan

AP Migrant 'caravan' gathers on US-Mexico border
By Geraldo Carrillo and Elliot Spagat

Reuters Migrants in caravan at U.S. border bide time ahead of crossing
By Delphine Schrank

New York Times After Arduous Journey, Migrants See Stubborn Obstacle: Trump
By Kirk Semple

The Washington Post The Trump administration vs. the caravan: Here's what you need to know
By Maria Sacchetti

Reuters An impossible dream? Democrats try to connect with Trump voters
By Susan Cornwell and James Oliphant

Axios Exclusive poll: GOP Senate seats threatened in Arizona, Nevada
By Alex McCammond

AP Sessions says he'll consider Baltimore's request for funding

NBC News Trump lauds soldiers as military families plea for end to deportations
By Suzanne Gamboa

Reveal News ICE isn't following its own handbook on how to deport kids
By Aura Bogado

The Intercept ICE Evades Sanctuary Rules by Using NYPD Fingerprints to Find Immigrants and Send Them Call-in Letters
By Ryan Devereaux, John Knefel

HuffPost Jeff Sessions Wants To Make The Justice Department More Like ICE
By Roque Planas


AP (California) Officer accused of transporting immigrants in US illegally

Herald Sun (North Carolina) Mother from Honduras takes sanctuary from ICE in Chapel Hill church
By Tammy Grubb

The Washington Post (Editorial) Why Trump's travel ban should lose at the Supreme Court

The Washington Post (Opinion) The 'dreamers' issue might make Democrats' election dreams come true
By Jennifer Rubin

San Antonio Express News (Op-Ed) Latino progress will spell progress for Texas
By State Senator Jose Menedez