Daily Immigration News Clips – March 21, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 21, 2018


San Francisco Chronicle Immigration agency to suspend fast processing for some H-1B visas
By Trisha Thadani

AP Spending talks nearly done, $1.3T bill soon to be unveiled
By Andrew Taylor

The Washington Post Congress lurches toward shutdown deadline with obstacles unresolved
By Erica Werner, Mike DeBonis, and Josh Dawsey

CNN Grumbling, frustration on Capitol Hill as members anxiously await spending bill
By Lauren Fox

The Hill Dems say 20 'poison pills' stand in way of spending deal
By Mike Lillis

USA Today $1.3 trillion spending bill still in flux as negotiations on immigration continue with Trump
By Eliza Collins and Deirdre Shesegreen

The Washington Post Koch network steps up lobbying to secure protection for 'dreamers'
By Seung Min Kim

Roll Call Spending Bill Unlikely to Include DACA Fix
By Joe Williams

AP Trump rails against sanctuary cities amid immigration talks
By Jill Colvin and Alan Fram

AP California city seeks exemption from state's sanctuary law

Axios Trump, Sessions & GOP lawmakers to meet about sanctuary cities
By Stef W. Kight and Jonathan Swan

AP Immigrant arrested in widely seen video is released for now
By Julie Watson

AP Judge orders Kansas dad fighting deportation to be freed

AP Michigan, Ohio see rise in immigrant arrests, deportations

AP Congolese performance artist wins political asylum in US
By Michael Melia

The Washington Post Questions raised about study that links undocumented immigrants to higher crime
By Salvador Rizzo

The Washington Post Trump's reelection campaign calls for adding citizenship question to 2020 census amid criticism that he is politicizing the count
By Tara Bahrampour

CNN Priest publicly wishes for Pope's quick death because of his views on immigration and Islam
By AJ Willingham

The Washington Post (Editorial) DHS keeps separating kids from their parents - but officials won't say why or how often

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump stymied again in an effort to stomp on the states
By Jennifer Rubin

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's betrayal of 'dreamers' isn't just a humanitarian disaster
By Jennifer Rubin

HuffPost (Op-Ed) I Helped Immigrant Artists Get Visas. And The Process Is A Bureaucratic Mess.
By Liz Mancini


MinnPost Wasn't DACA supposed to end on March 5? A guide to what's going on with the Dreamers
By Sam Brodey

Georgetown Voice University Officials Express Continued Support For DACA And Undocumented Students During Info Session
By Gustav Honl-Stuenkel

Dallas News Ken Paxton and Donald Trump rail against 'sanctuary cities'
By Todd J. Gillman

Cleveland Plain Dealer Ohio is one of the worst states for undocumented immigrants, advocates say
By Janet H. Cho

Orange County Register Los Alamitos votes to opt out of California sanctuary law
By Roxanna Kopetman

Kansas City Star Federal judge scolds Kobach for violating her trust at contempt hearing
By Bryan Lowry

NBC San Diego New ICE Program Tracks Undocumented Immigrants With Ankle Monitors
By Gaby Rodriguez and Danielle Radin

AP (New York) Westchester County executive signs immigrant protection law

The Washington Post (Nebraska) Nebraska motel managers sentenced for enslaving nephew

Vice News (California) San Franciscans Hate These New Anti-Immigrant Ads
By Ashwin Rodrigues

Mercury News (California) In San Francisco, Newsom policy reported undocumented youth to ICE
By Casey Tolan

Grand Rapids News (Michigan) Grand Rapids area church offers sanctuary to all immigrants
By Justin P. Hicks

Palo Alto Online (California) Nonprofits scramble to get legal aid to immigrants
By Kevin Forestieri

Bridgton Press Herald (Opinion) Maine Voices: As middle ground on immigration, beef up border security while protecting 'dreamers'
By Tim McKellick

WBUR (Op-Ed) We Are A Nation Of Immigrants, Then And Now
By H.L. M. Lee

Philadelphia Tribune (Op-Ed) Dreamers' lives and futures remain on hold
By Marian Wright Edelman