Daily Immigration News Clips – April 7, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on April 7, 2017

National

Marketplace: Blog: Here's what we know about 'extreme vetting'
By Jana Kasperkevic

MSN: U.S. Immigration Agency Will Lose Millions Because It Can't Process Visas Fast Enough
By Marcelo Rochabrun

Politico: Morning Shift
By Ted Hesson

Wall Street Journal: Tensions Rise Between U.S. and EU Officials Over Visa-Free Travel
By Valentina Pop

Washington Post: Under Trump, more than 200,000 foreign spouses could lose their right to work
By Tracy Jan

Huffington Post: Family Immigrant Detention Centers Struggle To Get Child Care Licenses
By Roque Planas

The Hill: Hispanic Dems frustrated with DHS chief Kelly
By Rafael Bernal

Washington Post: Trump supporter regrets vote after undocumented husband is deported
By Peter Holley

Huffington Post: Undocumented Man Whose Wife Voted For Trump Has Been Deported
By Hilary Hanson

Associated Press: Immigration Agents Arrest 82 People in DC-Area Sweep

New York Times: 'Don't Open the Door': How Fear of an Immigration Raid Gripped a City
By Katharine Seelye and Jess Bidgood

Washington Post: Like Obama before him, Trump struggles to deport some foreign-born criminals
By Maria Sacchetti

Bloomberg: ICE Agents Go From Friend to Foe
By Lauren Etter and Darius Rafieyan

The Guardian: Mother of four to be deported to Mexico in sign of Trump policy shift
By Ed Pilkington

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Check-ins with ICE can now lead to deportation for immigrants
By Jeremy Redmon

Salon Trump's immigration roundups are having a terrible side effect for sexual abuse victims
By Matthew Rozsa

Bloomberg: Trump Raises Tech Industry Jitters With Last Minute H-1B Visa Shifts
By Michaela Ross

Reuters: Twitter Refuses U.S. Order to Reveal User Behind Anti-Trump Account

New York Times: Twitter Sues the Government to Block the Unmasking of an Account Critical of Trump
By Mike Isaac

Wall Street Journal: Twitter Sues U.S. Homeland Security Department
By Joe Palazzolo

Washington Post: The government is demanding to know who this Trump critic is. Twitter is suing to keep it a secret.
By Hayley Tsukayama

Politico: Twitter sues over feds' request to unmask owner of @ALT_USCIS account
By Josh Gerstein

NPR: Twitter Sues Homeland Security To Protect Anonymity Of 'Alt Immigration' Account
By Camila Domonske

Associated Press: Texas Spending Big on Border Security Despite Trump Promises

Associated Press: ACLU Documents Show Vermont Officials Passed Info to ICE

Associated Press: Congressman Seeks to Stop Deportation of Outspoken Immigrant

Associated Press: Mother of Slain Detroit Man Files Lawsuit Against ICE Agent

New York Times (Editorial): Downsizing Mr. Bannon

New York Times (Op-ed): Steve Bannon Isn't a Genius
By Ezekiel Kweku

Washington Post (Opinion): Trump gets a taste of reality
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-ed): Can we overcome public ignorance about immigration?
By Ilya Somin

Morning Consult (Op-ed): A Vote for Trump's Budget Is a Vote Against 58 Million Latinos
By Hector Sanchez Barba

Huffington Post (Op-ed): Within The Law, But On The Wrong Side Of History
By Larry Strauss

Local

Portland Press Herald: Immigration officials arrest asylum seeker in Portland courthouse
By Edward Murphy

WGME: Immigration agents swoop into Portland courthouse, seize Somali man
By Beth Brogan and Jake Bleiberg

Houston Chronicle: HPD chief announces decrease in Hispanics reporting rape and violent crimes compared to last year
By Brooke A. Lewis

Plain Dealer (Ohio): Shaker Heights' sanctuary city resolution to be discussed at April 24 meeting
By Jeff Piorkowski

Sacramento Bee (California): Most California dentists are immigrants. Where else do immigrants work?
By Phillip Reese

CBS DFW (Texas): Dallas Police Ready For Immigration Reform Mega March
By Vanessa Brown

Denver7 (Colorado): Denver officials ask ICE to 'respect' courts, schools
By Blair Miller