Daily Immigration News Clips – September 19 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 19, 2017


San Diego Union Tribune Dreamers in the military face more than DACA deadline
By Kate Morrissey

PBS Newshour How a 'dire' immigration court backlog affects lives

Associated Press The Latest: Pelosi says she understands, respects protesters

Associated Press Texas governor unclear about Trump view on young immigrants

Associated Press US immigrants sue over Trump's end of deportation protection

Reuters Six Dreamers Sue Trump Administration Over DACA Decision
By Dan Levine

Washington Post Nancy Pelosi confronted by DACA recipients protesting her agreement with Trump
By Ed O'Keefe

Politico DACA recipients file suit over Trump's move to end program
By Josh Gerstein

CNN DACA judge reading Trump's tweets carefully
By Ariane de Vogue

NPR Trump's DACA Moves Aren't Shaking His Most Loyal Supporters
By Clay Masters

The Hill Rhode Island announces plan to pay DACA renewal fee for every 'Dreamer' in state
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Ryan: Americans want to see Trump talking with Dem leaders
By Naomi Jagoda

The Hill Dreamers sue Trump for ending DACA
By Jacqueline Thomsen

The Hill Bipartisan lawmakers ask Trump for flexibility on DACA renewals
By Cristina Marcos

The Hill NAACP sues Trump for ending DACA
By Jacqueline Thomsen

Huffpost Not All Trump Voters Oppose DACA - But His Staunchest Fans Mostly Do
By Ariel Edwards Levy

The Root Undocumented Black Immigrants May Fare Worse Without DACA Protections
By Terrell Jermaine Starr

Politico Homeland Security: Sudanese and South Sudanese may stay longer in U.S.
By Ted Hesson

CNN DHS to end protections for Sudanese immigrants
By Tal Kopan

McClatchy DHS extends Temporary Protected Status for South Sudan, terminates Sudan
By Teresa Welsh

New York Times State Department Tightens Rules for Visas to U.S.
By Gardiner Harris

Associated Press PEN America among arts organizations opposing travel ban

CNN H.R. McMaster: White House looking at stricter travel ban
By Caroline Kenny

Politico Travel ban, refugee deadlines
By Ted Hesson

Reuters U.S. to Appeal Ruling Blocking Trump Funding Cuts on Sanctuary Cities
By Dan Levine

Politico Justice Department appeals block on Trump's sanctuary city executive order
By Josh Gerstein

By Linley Sanders

Governing Judge Blocks Trump's Funding Rules for 'Sanctuary Cities'
By Jason Meisner and John Byrne

Associated Press Immigrant With Pending Visa Paperwork Sues Over Deportation

Associated Press Palestinian activist to be deported to Jordan from Chicago

InSight Crime Proposed US Gang Deportation Law Could Sweep Up Innocents
By James Bargent

Associated Press Indian government says Rohingya Muslims are security threat

Associated Press Haitians blocked at US border find 'Mexican dream'
By Elliot Spagat

New York Times Trump Administration Rejects Study Showing Positive Impact of Refugees
By Julie Davis and Somini Sengupta

Politico Court: Law against encouraging illegal immigration could violate First Amendment
By Josh Gerstein

Daily Beast Exclusive: Facebook Silences Rohingya Reports of Ethnic Cleansing
By Betsy Woodruff

The Hill UC Berkeley faculty calls for boycott when conservatives speak
By Rebecca Savransky

AL.com 'Put the Panic Back in Hispanic': Photo at Robertsdale pep rally sparks criticism
By John Sharp

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump's immigration crackdown hits a speed bump

Washington Post (Opinion) Ups and downs
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Why Donald Trump's tweets are only going to get worse
By Daniel W. Drezner

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Trump's pardon of Arpaio can - and should - be overturned
By Lawrence H. Tribe and Ron Fein

Washington Post (Op-Ed) How white supremacy went global
By R. Joseph Parrott

Washington Post (Opinion) The 2016 election was not a fluke
By Eugene Robinson

Washington Post (Opinion) What if politicians tried treating voters like adults?
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Jeff Sessions should be tired of losing
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Black immigrants in the U.S. face big challenges. Will African Americans rally to their side?
By Candis Watts Smith

Washington Post (Opinion) How California - yes, California - could make a Trump reelection more difficult
By Amber Phillips

Forbes (Opinion) RAISE Act Is DACA Poison Pill
By Stuart Anderson

New Yorker (Op-Ed) The Fantasy of Trump's Skills-Based Immigration Proposal
By David Sax


Austin American Statesman Austin-area immigrants search for options as DACA end nears
By Sonja Gillert

The Columbian Deportation tears apart family of 9
By Jessica Prokop

OPB (Oregon) Fight Over Oregon's 'Sanctuary Law' Brings Immigration Policy Battle To The NW
By Jeff Mapes

San Francisco Chronicle Expedited processing for H-1B visas to resume after suspension
By Trisha Thadani

New York Times (New York) Cuomo, Nudged, Finally Gives de Blasio the Nod in Mayor's Race
By Jesse McKinley

Washington Post (Virginia) The Va. governor's race still hears a lot from the guys who lost the nomination fights
By Laura Vozzella

Washington Post (Virginia) New poll: Northam has slight edge, but Va. governor's race looks like a squeaker
By Gregory S. Schneider

Louisiana Weekly (Opinion) Under threat of deportation, dreamers speak out
By Meghan Holmes