Daily Immigration News Clips – December 1, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on December 1, 2017


New York Times Number of DACA Applications Stuck in the Mail Tops 900
By Liz Robbins

Associated Press GOP pressing plan to avert government shutdown on Dec. 8
By Andrew Taylor

Washington Post Trump tells confidants that a government shutdown might be good for him
By Josh Dawsey, Sean Sullivan, and Ed O'Keefe

Politico GOP leaders struggle with shutdown strategy
By Rachael Bade, Seung Min Kim, and Kyle Cheney

Washington Post Republicans preparing short-term plan to avert government shutdown
By Sean Sullivan and Ed O'Keefe

Roll Call Lujan Grisham: Expect to See Republicans Demand DACA Fix
By Eric Garcia

CNN Republicans prepping letter to Ryan urging DACA fix
By Tal Kopan

The Hill DACA advocates see efforts gaining steam in the House
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Senate Democrats reject initial DACA offer
By Jordain Carney

Washington Times Speaker Ryan says Dems blew DACA negotiations by skipping Trump meeting
By Stephen Dinan

Reno Gazette Journal Amodei wants DACA vote in Congress by the end of the year
By James DeHaven

Los Angeles Times For a deported man and his family, an uneasy 'homecoming' in Mexico
By Kate Linthicum

Dallas Morning News U.S. citizenship applications soar - is it the Trump effect?
By Dianne Solis

Associated Press Not guilty verdict found in case pushed by Trump in immigration debate

New York Times Undocumented Immigrant Acquitted in Killing of Kate Steinle
By Matt Stevens, Thomas Fuller, and Caitlin Dickerson

Wall Street Journal Illegal Immigrant Found Not Guilty in San Francisco Killing
By Zusha Elinson and Alicia Caldwell

Los Angeles Times How Trump made Kathryn Steinle's slaying a center of illegal immigration crusade
By Brittny Mejia and Alene Tchekmedyian

San Francisco Gate Exclusive: Kate Steinle's family talks about the anguish and frustration
By John Diaz

The Hill Sessions blasts sanctuary cities after Kate Steinle murder trial ruling
By Josh Delk

The Hill Trump resumes calls for border wall in response to Kate Steinle murder trial verdict
By Brooke Seipel

The Hill Defense attorney in Steinle case: Jury's verdict 'should be respected'
By Brandon Carter

Reuters Trump's call for military buildup hits bump in Congress
By Richard Cowan

Reuters U.S. officials worry immigrant fears could make census inaccurate
By Mica Rosenberg

New York Times White House Plans Tillerson Ouster From State Dept., to Be Replaced by Pompeo
By Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman, and Gardiner Harris

BuzzFeed A Republican Senator Is Getting In The Way Of One Of Trump's Biggest Successes
By Zoe Tillman

Time Magazine Fighting Donald Trump Cost Jeff Flake His Job. But He's Not Going Quietly
By Nash Jenkins

Washington Examiner Perdue: Mitch McConnell's support for ending chain migration is a 'milestone'
By Anna Giaritelli

NPR This Nun Has Been Fighting For Migrant Kids For 45 Years
By Claudio Sanchez

Public News Service (Minnesota) Immigration Slowdown May Hurt MN Economy
By Laurie Stern

Splinter (Voices) What DACA Recipients Really Need Is For Their Bosses to Break the Law
By Jorge Rivas

New York Times (Op-ed) Borders Can't Protect Us
By Vincente Fox Quesada

Washington Post (Opinion) How long can Trump's tweets and serious policy development coexist?
By Ed Rogers


Amsterdam News DHS makes inhumane decision to cancel Haitian TPS
By Opal Tometi

Boulder Weekly DHS terminates protective status for Haitians. Who's next?
By Angela Evans

NBC Connecticut Father Fighting Deportation to Ecuador Takes Sanctuary in New Haven Church

WSHU Third Undocumented Person Seeks Sanctuary In New Haven Church
By Cassandra Basler