Daily Immigration News Clips – September 28, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 28, 2017

National

Associated Press Iranian Americans in limbo, despair after new travel rules
By Amy Taxin

Daily Beast She Miscarried While Detained by ICE and They Locked Her Back Up
By Betsy Woodruff

Rewire ICE Not Following Its Own Rules on Releasing Pregnant People
By Tina Vasquez

San Francisco Chronicle Spouses of H-1B visa holders left waiting to hear on work fate
By Trisha Thadani

CNN DHS will not extend DACA renewal deadline, attorney says in court
By Ellie Kaufman

The Hill Senate panel reschedules DACA hearing after delay
By Josh Delk

The Nation VIDEO: We're DACA Recipients, but We're Fighting for All Undocumented Immigrants
By Armando Aparicio, David Zlutnick and Leighton Akio Woodhouse

New York Times For a Preview of the Border Wall, Look to California
By Jennifer Medina

Politico House Republicans propose $10B for Trump's border wall
By Rachel Bade

Associated Press Trump admin defends new refugee cap of 45,000 in coming year
By Josh Lederman

Reuters Trump Administration Proposes to Cut Refugee Cap to 45,000
By Yeganeh Torbati

Wall Street Journal In Vetting Refugees, U.S. Plans to Assess Ability to Assimilate
By Felicia Schwartz

NPR Trump Administration To Drop Refugee Cap To 45,000, Lowest In Years
By Joel Rose

Washington Post U.S. plans to cap refugees at 45,000 in coming fiscal year, according to State Department report
By Matt Zapotosky and Carol Morello

Reuters Mali President Wants U.S. to Reverse Chad Travel Ban
By Adama Diarra

Associated Press Federal judge puts hold on deportation of Indonesians in New England
By Michael Casey

NPR 'They're Scared': Immigration Fears Exacerbate Migrant Farmworker Shortage
By Melissa Block

Newsweek Homeland Security Wants to Collect Immigrants' Social Media Informaiton, but Privacy Groups are Fighting Back
By Conor Gaffey

Associated Press Trump, unpredictable ally for GOP, tests influence on taxes
By Julie Pace

Associated Press Audit: Phoenix-area deputies more likely to arrest Hispanics
By Jacques Billeaud

Associated Press The Latest: Some Arizona deputies resisting court's changes

Associated Press Australian minister says 'economic refugees' headed for US
By Rod McGurick

New York Times In the Virgin Islands, Hurricane Maria Drowned What Irma Didn't Destroy
By Jeremy W. Peters

Wall Street Journal Canada Says It's No Safe Haven for Immigrants Losing U.S. Protection
By Alicia A. Caldwell and Sara Schaefer Muñoz

The Hill Dems call on judge to reject Trump's pardon of Arpaio
By Max Greenwood

Washington Post (Editorial) Can't we get this one thing right?

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Who Really Lost Alabama

New York Times (Opinion) Lessons From a Travel Ban Clash That Wasn't
By Linda Greenhouse

Washington Post (Opinion) Why even if legal, the travel ban is dumb
By Jennifer Rubin

New York Times (Op-Ed) Alabama Disses the Establishment
By Quin Hilyer

Washington Post (Opinion) Roy Moore's thoroughly unique extremism
By Aaron Blake

Bloomberg (Opinion) The Border Wall Is Trump's 'Repeal and Replace'
By Francis Wilkinson

The Hill (Op-Ed) Support for 'Dreamers' growing
By Mark Delch

Local

Star Tribune (Minnesota) Time, clemency running out for longtime Minnesota immigrant
By Mila Koumpilova

KTLA Father of Son With Autism in San Diego Faces Deportation Under Stricter Immigration Enforcement

WCSH NH couple was 24 hours from deportation

Cleveland Plain Dealer Cleveland bishop asks Catholics to help and respect immigrants
By Michael Sangiacomo

Cleveland Plain Dealer ICE denies deportation stay for caregiver of disabled stepson
By Michael Sangiacomo

WKYC Local man set to be immediately deported to Mexico despite family, work permit
By Carly Flynn Morgan

FOX 8 Elyria family braces for father's deportation back to Mexico
By Maia Belay

The Chronicle LOCAL NEWS Elyria husband, caregiver denied stay, deportation imminent
By Lisa Roberson

WKSU Cleveland Bishop makes personal plea for man set to be deported

Fort Worth Star-Telegram Fort Worth school trustees take a stand for DACA
By Diane Smith

Mercury News Mountain View school district asks feds to extend DACA program
By John Orr

Albuquerque Journal Poll: 91% of Hispanics support a Dream Act
By Michael Coleman

NBC 7 Jewish Family Service, Immigration Attorneys Host Workshop for DACA Recipients in San Diego
By Monica Garske

Associated Press (Alabama) The Latest: Moore says he got call of support from Trump

Associated Press (California) California seeks more sway by moving up presidential primary
By Kathleen Ronayne

Politico (Alabama) Bannon's next move: 'Repeat Alabama'
By Josh Dawsey

Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) Immigration, North Korea, the new film 'Detroit' - Kasich ranges widely in speech
By Randy Ludlow

WBTV (North Carolina) VIDEO: CMS substitute teacher accused of telling student 'go back to where you speak Spanish'