Daily Immigration News Clips – November 14, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 14, 2017


Wall Street Journal Business Groups Step Up Push to Protect Dreamers
By Laura Meckler

Politico War between Hispanic pols puts Dreamers in cross hairs
By Heather Caygle

New York Times Learning How to Be a Family Again After Years Apart
By Emily Palmer

HuffPost Trump Administration Detaining DACA Recipient With Disability
By Elise Foley

Daily Beast Will ICE Get Its Hands on the FBI's Fingerprints?
By Aliya Sternstein

WBUR Seattle Lawyers Fight DOJ Cease And Desist Order On Legal Advice For Immigrants
By Liz Jones

Patch Court Makes Decision In Mother's Deportation Case
By Vincent Salzo

Reuters U.S. court lets Trump travel ban go partially into effect
By Lawrence Hurley

New York Times Appeals Court Partly Reinstates Trump's New Travel Ban
By Miriam Jordan

Wall Street Journal Appeals Court Says Trump Administration Can Implement Part of Travel Ban
By Brent Kendall

Washington Post Federal appeals court allows Trump's third travel ban to partially take effect
By Matt Zapotosky

Politico Federal court allows part of Trump's latest travel ban to kick in
By Josh Gerstein

Associated Press Hate crimes rose for 2nd year in a row in 2016, FBI reports
By Sadie Gurman

Associated Press Catholic cardinal condemns "forces of division" and fear
By Rachel Zoll

New York Times 'Happiness Is Incomplete': A Refugee Couple's Scattered Lives
By Sara Aridi

Politico The reluctant pioneer: Border Patrol's first female chief

Politico Federal law enforcement has a woman problem
By Amanda Ripley

HuffPost This Gay Couple Left Iran For A Better Life. Now They Wonder If It Can Last In America.
By Elise Foley

New York Times (Op-ed) Can Trumpism Survive Trump?
By Ross Douthat, Daniel McCarthy, and Henry Olsen

Washington Post Magazine (Op-ed) She led Trump to Christ: The rise of the televangelist who advises the White House
By Julia Duin

Washington Post (Opinion) You want to see how to stand up to Trump?
By Jennifer Rubin

Huff Post (Op-ed) College Supports For DACA Recipients Are Necessary, Important And Fundamentally Insufficient
By Angela Garcia, Marcia Ybarra, and Yanilda Maria Gonzalez

The Hill (Op-ed) Our immigration courts are drowning, expedited removal can bring relief
By Nolan Rappaport

The Hill (Op-ed) A new federal report illustrates the damage wrought by America's open borders
By Mark Metcalf

Huff Post (Op-ed) Americans Repudiated Trumpian Racism
By Ian Relfowitz


Associated Press (Florida) In Florida, all eyes on Puerto Rican voters after Maria
By Adriana Gomez Licon

Clarion Ledger (Mississippi) Immigrants provide millions to Mississippi's economy
By Sarah Fowler

Press Democrat Displaced or jobless after fires, local immigrant families seek help
By Eloisa Ruano Gonzalez

WHYY After ICE arrests, volunteers canvass for immigrant rights in South Philly
By Shai Ben-Yaacov

Associated Press Thousands of Salvadorans in Prince George's, Montgomery Counties Fear Deportation After Immigration Rollback

Asbury Park Press 'TPS has helped me come out of the shadows,' NJ mother says
By Steph Solis

Miami Herald The U.S. has been home for nearly 20 years. Now Trump is expelling these Nicaraguans
By Brenda Medina and Jacqueline Charles

Balitmore Sun Baltimore councilman calls on Trump administration to extend protections for displaced Haitians
By Ian Duncan

Associated Press Court Delays Deportation of Connecticut Mother