Daily Immigration News Clips – May 29, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 29, 2018


New York Times Did the Trump Administration Separate Immigrant Children From Parents and Lose Them?
By Amy Harmon

Wall Street Journal Trump Draws Distance From Administration Migrant Policy That Has Separated Families
By Laura Meckler

Vice What Separating Migrant Families at the Border Actually Looks Like By Meredith Hoffman

Mic.com Two years into escalating ICE enforcement, one Republican admits policy is "a problem"
By Alison Durkee

Washington Post The U.S. lost track of 1,475 immigrant children last year. Here's why people are outraged now.
By Amy C. Wang

Washington Post What the legal process looks like for an immigrant child taken away from his parents
By Philip Bump

Politico Trump calls family separation policy 'horrible' in tweet
By Brent D. Griffiths

CNN Trump whips up immigration storm over children
By Stephen Collinson

City Lab Inside the Massive U.S. 'Border Zone'
By Tanvi Misra

AP Trump steering clear of messy House immigration fight
By Jill Colvin and Lisa Mascaro

Politico Senators to Trump: It's do-or-die time on DACA
By Burgess Everett and Elana Schor

The Hill GOP leaders scramble to contain immigration rebellion
By Mike Lillis

AP Deportation protection restored in high-profile Georgia case
By Kate Brumback

Wall Street Journal Fatal Shooting by Border Agent Raises Calls for Transparency
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Washington Post 'I'll be killed if I go back': Undocumented immigrant refuses to board flight at JFK
By Michael E. Miller

USA Today Step by step: how the U.S. deports undocumented immigrants
By Sara Wise and George Petras

MSNBC Chris Hayes on Trump Immigration Policies
By Chris Hayes

By Gillian Edevene

Vice News Border Patrol beat, sexually assaulted, and denied medical care to immigrant children, ACLU says
By Carter Sherman

The Root Is the Trump Administration Running a Child-Trafficking Ring or Nah? Follow Me Down the Rabbit Hole
By Jason Johnson

AP Film explores Chinese Exclusion Act as US immigration 'DNA'
By Deepti Hajela

AP Amid anti-immigrant sentiment, some Spanish speakers wary
By Amy Taxin and Astrid Galvan

Reuters Guatemalan family mourns accountant daughter shot dead on U.S. border
By Sofia Menchu

Reuters U.S. proposes scrapping program aimed at attracting foreign entrepreneurs
By Yeganah Torbati

Wall Street Journal Trump Administration Makes 15,000 Additional H-2B Visas Available
By Laura Meckler

The Hill Homeland Security proposes halting 'startup visas' for foreign entrepreneurs
By Justin Wise

NBC News The Trump effect: New study connects white American intolerance and support for authoritarianism
By Noah Berlatsky

Teen Vogue How Immigration Status and Foster Care Are Connected
By Elizabeth Yaeger

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) A Miserly 15,000 More Visas

Washington Post (Opinion) The Trump administration's immigration policies are impossibly cruel. That's the whole point.
By Paul Waldman

Washington Post (Opinion) John Kasich's unusual, uplifting commencement speech
By Jennifer Rubin

USA Today (Op-Ed) Betsy DeVos immigration comments are a new low that could keep citizens out of school
By Linda Valdez

The Atlantic (Opinion) The Measure of Trump's Devotion
By David Frum

The Hill (Opinion) The people really benefiting from California's sanctuary laws
By Nolan Rappaport

Forbes (Opinion) Unemployment Low For Computer Professionals (And Everyone Else)
By Stuart Anderson


Arizona Republic 5 things to know about ICE's plan to deport some families
By Daniel González

AP Utah man nominated to be assistant secretary of state

Daily Intelligencer Trump's Pick to Run Refugee Program Is a Fellow at Anti-Immigrant Group
By Adam K. Raymond

Houston Chronicle (Editorial) Trump tempts a humanitarian crisis by splitting parents from kids at the border

El Paso Times (Op-Ed) Trump administration has emboldened racists, nativists
By Mario Carrillo

YubaNet (Op-Ed) Border Patrol Shoots and Kills Unarmed Woman

Arizona Central (Opinion) Montini: The feds lost - yes, lost - 1,475 migrant children
By EJ Montini

Gotham Gazette (Op-Ed) New York Trails Neighbors in Helping Dreamers Achieve an Education
By Ana Maria Archila