Daily Immigration News Clips – July 3, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 3, 2017


NPR Pentagon Considers Canceling Program That Recruits Immigrant Soldiers
By Richard Gonzales and Tom Bowman

New York Times Central Americans, 'Scared of What's Happening' in U.S., Stay Put
By Kirk Semple

New York Times Trump Administration Targets Parents in New Immigration Crackdown
By Caitlin Dickerson

Washington Post 'Love Thy Neighbor?'
By Stephanie McCrummen

Bloomberg Trump Immigration Ban Meets Law of Unintended Consequences
By Nick Wadhams, Kartikay Mehrotra, Bob Van Voris, and Erik Larson

USA Today Immigrants facing new reality this Independence Day
By Alan Gomez

Miami Herald Immigration courts, lacking judges, are sinking under a massive backlog of cases
By Glenn Garvin

HuffPost (Opinion) The Importance of Immigration to American Independence
By Steven Cohen


WBUR (Boston) Trump's Call For 'Heightened Vetting' May Be Affecting International Artists, Lawyers Say
By Maria Garcia

Houston Public Radio Houston Immigration Lawyers Are Still Willing To Help Travelers With The New Restrictions
By Al Ortiz

Dallas Morning News Immigrants required to wear tracking devices inside detention center
By Angela Korcherga

Texas Observer Over the Wall
By Melissa del Bosque

Bowling Green Daily News Some worry about consequences of less immigration
By Wes Swietek

The Roanoke Times (Editorial) Editorial: 11 million examples of patriotism

News & Observer (North Carolina, Op-ed) Shared Visions - Our nation's birthday and a law practice
By John L. Pinnix

Los Angeles Daily News (Opinion) Rep. Sherman will keep working for immigration reform: Letters

Seattle Times (Opinion) It's not just 'bad hombres' getting caught in immigration crackdown. It's a woman in Tukwila, getting her morning coffee.
By Danny Westneat