Daily Immigration News Clips – March 7, 2017

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


Washington Post: What Trump changed in the new travel ban

CNN: Attorneys: travel ban fight is 'a marathon' with no end in sight
By Darran Simon

Business Insider: 'I don't know how much harder it can get': What it takes to go from refugee to American
By Michelle Mark

Cronkite News: Trump call for merit-based immigration puzzles experts, advocates
By Arren Kimbal-Sannit

Computer World: Trump's revised travel ban may still hurt tech
By Patrick Thibodeau

Teen Vogue: Donald Trump Announces His Revised Muslim Ban Executive Order
By Lily Herman

Associated Press: Trump travel order to apply to those seeking new visas
By Jill Colvin and Julie Pace

Associated Press: The Latest: Leading aid group condemns US travel ban

Associated Press: New travel ban eases some legal questions but not all
By Gene Johnson and Sadie Gurman

New York Times: Trump's New Immigration Ban: Who Is Barred and Who Is Not
By Anjali Singhvi and Alicia Parlapiano

New York Times: Trump's Revised Travel Ban Spares Iraqis
By Glenn Thrush

New York Times: New York Today: The New Travel Ban
By Liz Robbins and Jonathan Wolfe

Washington Post: New executive order bans travelers from six Muslim-majority countries applying for visas
By David Nakamura

Washington Post: Trump's new travel ban still wouldn't have kept out anyone behind deadly U.S. terror attacks
By Mark Berman

Washington Post: Universities respond to new executive order on immigration with concern
By Susan Svrluga

Washington Post: Trump's First 100 Days: 'Muslim ban' vs. 'immigration pause'
By Elise Viebeck

Politico: Trump eases up on travel ban with new executive order
By Josh Gerstein and Nolan D. McCaskill

Wall Street Journal: President Trump Signs Revised Executive Order Restricting Travel to the U.S.
By Laura Meckler

Wall Street Journal: New Trump Immigration Order: What's Changed?
By Daniel Nasaw

The Hill: Iraq says removal from travel ban sends 'positive message'
By Rebecca Savransky

The Hill: Conway: New immigration order will take effect March 16
By Rebecca Savransky

ABC: New travel ban drops Iraq but keeps six other majority-Muslim countries
By Meghan Keneally, Jonathan Karl and Geneva Sands

Boston Globe: Two very different travel bans, in style and substance
By James Pindell

Boston Globe: Doctors from banned countries serve millions of Americans, analysis finds
By Felice J. Freyer

Politico: Trump plan pays for immigration crackdown with cuts to coastal, air security
By Jeremy Herb and Bryan Bender

Marshall Project: Trump's Radical Departure on Immigration
By Julia Preston

WBEZ: This American Life: Vague and Confused

Reuters: Father of Slain Soldier Who Criticised Trump Says Travel Rights Reviewed
By Anna Mehler Paperny and Alastair Sharp in Toronto

Politico: Khizr Khan travel privileges reportedly under review
By Nolan D. McCaskill

Associated Press: Afghan family detained in LA is freed but review is pending
By Amy Taxin

Associated Press: Poll: Americans divided on admitting refugees
By Laurie Kellman and Emily Swanson?

Reuters: FBI Probes Involve 300 People Admitted to U.S. as Refugees: Congressional Sources
By Patricia Zengerle

Reuters: U.S. Judge Weighs Fate of Afghan Family Detained in California
By Steve Gorman

New York Times: 2 Girls Hiding From Killers Wait for U.S. to Open Its Door
By Frances Robles and Mark Semple

Voice of America: Man Aims to Secure US-Mexico Border with Drone
By Ramon Taylor

New York Times: Since Trump, Quiet Upstate Road Becomes a Busy Exit From U.S.
By Rick Rojas

Washington Post: Carson compares slaves to immigrants coming to 'a land of dreams and opportunity'

Washington Post: This family got U.S. visas after risking their lives for America. Then immigration officials tried to deport them.
By Abigail Hauslohner

Washington Post: Trump's claim that immigrants cost taxpayers 'many billions of dollars a year'
By Michelle Ye Hee Lee

Politico: Mulvaney: Parts of border wall could be 'see-through'
By Madeline Conway

Fast Company: To Really Reform The H-1B Visa Process Will Take A Lot More Than Friday's Freeze
By Mark Sullivan

New York Times (Editorial): President Trump's Muslim Ban Lite

Washington Post (Editorial): Trump's new travel ban is as arbitrary and senseless as the first

Wall Street Journal (Editorial): Trump's Travel Ban Mulligan

Wall Street Journal (Editorial): America's Got Immigrant Talent

New York Times (Opinion): The Hard Truth About Refugees
By James Traub

Washington Post (Opinion): The astounding political divide over what it means to be 'American'
By Chris Cillizza

Washington Post (Opinion): At the root of Trump's new fury: Total contempt for American democracy
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion): Trump just signed his new travel ban. Here's what it's really about.
By Paul Waldman

Washington Post (Opinion): Trump's revised travel ban is still cruel and still unconstitutional
By Ilya Somin

Washington Post (Opinion): The new travel ban: A retreat and a concession to reality
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion): Slaves as immigrants, from Ben Carson and the academy
By Eugene Volokh

Washington Post (Op-Ed): An Indian immigrant is murdered in Kansas. It's part of a spike in hate crimes against South Asians
By Sangay K. Mishra

Vox (Opinion): President Trump's "travel ban 2.0" is the closest thing to admitting he's made a mistake
By Dara Lind


Fox42 (IA-NE): Iowa and Nebraska immigration attorneys condemn revised ban of Muslims and refugees

WBUR (New England): Attorney Susan Church On President Trump's New Immigration Ban
By Caitlin O'Keefe and Meghna Chakrabarti

Associated Press (Virginia): Virginia AG: New Trump travel ban admits original was flawed

Washington Post (Virginia): Amid Islamophobia and travel bans, one mosque offers a lesson in caring
By Petula Dvorak

Washington Post (Maryland): Montgomery, Arlington are lawyering up on immigration issues
By Bill Turque

Buzzfeed (Kansas): Kansas Bar Shooting Suspect Allegedly Asked Victims If Their "Status Was Legal"
By Mike Hayes

Houston Chronicle (Texas, Letter to the Editor): Standing tall
By Ruby Powers

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 17030734.