Daily Immigration News Clips – November 17, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 17, 2017

National

CNBC Federal Reserve president says country needs more immigration to save economy
By Jeff Cox

Politico Court won't halt judge's demand for details on DACA cancellation decision
By Josh Gertein

Politico DCCC attacks Curbelo on DREAM Act en español
By Marc Caputo

NPR Oops, We Lost Your DACA Application
By Joel Rose

Business Insider This is what it's like to be a 'Dreamer' working at IBM and fighting to keep from being deported
By Julie Bort

Splinter DACA Recipients Whose Renewal Applications Were Sent By Mail Get to Reapply After 4,000 Rejected As 'Late'
By Rafi Schwartz

Reuters Rights groups pressure IBM to renounce interest in Trump's 'extreme vetting'
By Dustin Volz

Associated Press Federal 'Extreme Vetting' Plan Castigated by Tech Experts

The Intercept TRUMP'S EXTREME-VETTING SOFTWARE WILL DISCRIMINATE AGAINST IMMIGRANTS "UNDER A VENEER OF OBJECTIVITY," SAY EXPERTS
By Sam Biddle

Associated Press Big Round-Up of MS-13 Gang Members in US

Reuters More than 200 arrested in U.S. crackdown on MS-13 gang
By Makini Brice

Associated Press Hispanic Caucus Rejects Request From GOP Lawmaker to Join

Washington Post Trump's Homeland Security pick is caught up in a conflict of interest complaint
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Chicago court rules against suspending Justice Dept 'sanctuary cities' policy
By John Bowden

Washington Post Homeland Security official resigns after comments linking blacks to 'laziness' and 'promiscuity' come to light
By Eli Rosenberg

The Intercept THESE WALL STREET COMPANIES ARE READY TO CASH IN ON TRUMP'S BORDER WALL
By Alice Speri

Business Insider Trump wants 15,000 more agents to patrol the US border, but immigration authorities say there's one big problem
By Brennan Weiss

Washington Times ICE agents rebel, say Trump 'betrayed' them by retaining Obama's people
By Stephen Dinan

Washington Post (Opinion) A deep dive into American families
By Jennifer Rubin

Local

Palo Alto Online County receives sanctuary letter warning from DOJ

Associated Press (Washington) State Supreme Court: Immigration status "generally inadmissible" in court

Las Vegas Sun (Nevada) To help unaccompanied minors, UNLV Immigration Clinic launches program
By Camalot Todd

Waukesha Patch (Wisconsin) Immigration Law: 'Erosion of Trust' or 'Protecting The Public?'
By Scott Anderson

Winston Salem Journal Winston-Salem woman who took sanctuary in Greensboro church won't be deported - for now

WDSU Father ordered to self-deport takes up sanctuary in church

KUOW UW's 'sanctuary' campus tested after student is arrested
By Liz Jones

Associated Press State senators introduce bill to aid immigrants
By Helen Parshall

Boston Haitian Reporter Baker, Mass Senate urge TPS extension for Haitians, other foreign nationals