Daily Immigration News Clips – April 6, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on April 6, 2018

National

New York Times Thousands of Indian Women Find Their American Dreams in Jeopardy
By Miriam Jordan

New York Times What Are H-1B Visas, and Do They Hurt American Workers?
By Miriam Jordan

Forbes The U.S. Metros With The Most H-1B Visa Approvals [Infographic]
By Niall McCarthy

New York Times At West Virginia Event, Some of Trump's Facts Don't Add Up
By Linda Qiu

USA Today Mexican president appeals to Trump after barrage of tweets: 'Threatening attitudes' not justified
By Doug Stanglin and Alan Gomez

The Nation In the Long Run, Trump Could Be a Huge Setback for the Anti-Immigration Movement
By Joshua Holland

AP Trump: 2,000-4,000 troops needed for Mexico border security
By Anita Snow and Catherine Lucey

Reuters Trump wants National Guard on Mexican border until wall built
By Jeff Mason

Reuters Mexico president joins political foes to blast Trump border plan
By Michael O'Boyle

New York Times Trump Says He's Sending the National Guard. On the Border, Many Aren't Sure Why.
By Manny Fernandez

The Washington Post Homeland Security says surge in illegal border crossings is a 'crisis,' warrants military deployment
By Nick Miroff

CNN What governors say about Trump's National Guard border deployment
By Clare Foran

CNN Despite dire warnings, Trump's border troops may not have much to do
By Tal Kopan

The Hill Trump: Women crossing border 'raped at levels nobody has ever seen before'
By Max Greenwood

Daily Beast The Immigration Wave Is Over, but Trump Is Sending Troops to the Border Anyway
By David Axe and Justin Glawe

Reuters Fear, solidarity drive migrants to stick with Mexico 'caravan'
By Delphine Schrank

Wall Street Journal Caravan Trump Put in Spotlight Is Splitting Up in Mexico
By Juan Montes

The Washington Post Trump has the same Central American migrant problem as Obama
By David Nakumara

Politico Trump credits Mexico for reportedly breaking up migrant caravan
By Louis Nelson

Buzzfeed News Trump Says An Unprecedented Number Of Rapes Are Occurring During The Caravan. Our Reporter Is There And Says That's False.
By Nidhi Prakash and Adolfo Flores

New York Times Trump Veers From Tax Script to Blast Democrats on Immigration
By Julie Hirschfeld Davis

AP ACLU asks judge to order immigrant detainee hearings resumed

AP Minnesota professor facing deportation says he has 90 days

Los Angeles Times How one L.A. father's arrest put an entire neighborhood on edge
By Andrea Castillo

Dallas Morning News U.S. citizen kids face the deportation of their immigrant parents
By Dianne Solis

Star Tribune Augsburg professor fighting deportation draws support from governor, mayor
By Mila Koumpilova

ABC 25 U.S. Customs and Border Protection release four 'use of force' case summaries
By Greg Cosby

CNN Republicans open a risky new front in the immigration wars
By Ronald Brownstein

The Hill Mexican president to Trump: Direct your frustrations at Congress, not Mexicans
By Rafaal Bernal

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) The Vanishing 'Caravan'

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Jeff Sessions wants to bribe judges to do his bidding
By Bruce J. Einhorn

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is back to racist rhetoric
By Jennifer Rubin

Local

Texas Observer (Texas) State's SB 4 Complaint System Filled with Rants of 'Illegals' and 'Thugs'
By Gus Bova

Lowell Sun (Massachusetts) Safe Communities Act stalls in Legislature
By Katie Lannan

Texas Tribune Beto O'Rourke says Ted Cruz and Donald Trump "want you to be afraid of Mexicans"
By Abby Livingston and Haley Samsel

Orange County Register Trump's approval rating at 37% in Orange County, Chapman poll finds
By Jeff Collins

News Channel 5 Network Poll: Bredesen Leads Blackburn In US Senate Race

AP House adjourns before considering sanctuary cities bill
By Christina L. Myers

Miami Herald (Letter to the Editor) Rush to judgment
By Tammy Fox-Isicoff