Daily Immigration News Clips – October 1, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 1, 2018.

National

CNN 'I wouldn't wish it even on my worst enemy': Reunited immigrant moms write letters from detention
By Tal Kopan

Los Angeles Times A promise Trump can't keep? His window to 'build the wall' is closing
By NOAH BIERMAN

New York Times Migrant Children Moved Under Cover of Darkness to a Texas Tent City
By Caitlin Dickerson

The Hill Hundreds of young migrants moved to tent city: report
By MICHAEL BURKE

Bustle Immigrant Children Moved To Tents Reportedly Receive Little Schooling Or Access To Legal Counsel
By LANI SEELINGER

Bloomberg Trump's Vow to Cut Red Tape Doesn't Extend to Legal Immigrants
By Jennifer A Dlouhy

The Atlantic Are Immigrants a Drain on Government Resources?
By Annie Lowrey

Salon Do immigrants falsely claim public benefits? Whatever Trump thinks, the answer is pretty much no
By KRISTIE DE PEÑA

New York Times Do Migrant Teenagers Have Abortion Rights? Two Volatile Issues Collide in Court
By Robert Pear

Associated Press As immigrants flow across US border, American guns go south
By Lisa Marie Pane

Associated Press California Extends Trump's Border Mission by 6 Months

Associated Press Adopted Daughter of Retired Army Officer Set to Be Deported

Reuters Indians Arrested for Illegally Entering U.S. Nearly Triples

USA Today Court: Korean-born girl must leave US because she was adopted by her Kansas uncle a year too late
By Doug Stanglin

The Intercept ICE DEFIED A COURT ORDER IN VENDETTA AGAINST DEPORTEE`
By Alice Speri

Buzzfeed She Paid A Lawyer Thousands Of Dollars To Apply For A Green Card. She Got A Deportation Order Instead.
By Lam Thuy Vo

Miami Herald He went to an immigration interview and wound up detained by ICE
By BRENDA MEDINA

Detroit Free Press ICE allows deaf Detroit immigrant to stay in US for 1 more year
By Niraj Warikoo

The Week The immigration enforcers

WHYY Thousands could be deported as government targets asylum mills' clients
By Ailsa Chang

Washington Post Faced with migration 'crisis,' U.S. border chief finds no easy fix in Central America
By Nick Miroff

Reuters 'Terrorism' Ad by Indicted Republican Roils California Election

CNN The Florida Senate race may be moving away from Republican Rick Scott
By Harry Enten

FiveThirtyEight Election Update: Why Our Model Thinks Beto O'Rourke Really Has A Chance In Texas
By Nate Silver

Esquire DEVIN NUNES'S FAMILY FARM IS HIDING A POLITICALLY EXPLOSIVE SECRET
By RYAN LIZZA

Associated Press Pentagon's Immigrant Recruit Program Stymied

USA Today These three Latinas are breaking down stereotypes
By Roxana A. Soto

CNN US yogurt billionaire's solution to immigration: 'Humanity first'
By Cristina Alesci

Insider Dozens of doctors tasked by the US government with screening immigrants have histories of abuse or crime - one doctor even tried to have a patient killed
By Michelle Mark

The Hill (Op-Ed) We need an independent immigration court system
By BEN JOHNSON

New York Times (Opinion) Trump Wants to Turn the Safety Net Into a Trap
By Bryce Covert

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Here are the issues that will get millennials to the polls in November
By Vladimir E. Medenica , Matthew Fowler and Cathy J. Cohen

USA Today (Op-Ed) ICE preparing to detain immigrant children longer, and getting a budget increase
By Carola Bracco

Bloomberg (Opinion) Latino Voters Are Making the Democrats Sweat
By Albert R. Hunt

The Hill (Op-Ed) Bucking history: Trump's asylum policy does not represent America
By BRUCE A. BEARDSLEY

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump is tearing the racial fabric
By Juan Williams

The Hill (Op-Ed) As Washington ignores high-skill immigration debate, US suffers
By WILLIAM R. KERR

The Hill (Op-Ed) Immigration under Trump: If you can't afford it, don't come
By DAN STEIN

Forbes (Op-Ed) How Will The Public Charge Rule Impact Employers And Immigrants?
By Stuart Anderson

Local

CNBC (California) Setback for California sanctuary law may boost Trump's tough immigration enforcement efforts, and ripple throughout the state
By Jeff Daniels

Boston Globe (Massachusetts) Mass. companies team up to make their voice heard in immigration debate
By Jon Chesto

Denver Post (Colorado) Lyons quarry experiencing labor shortage amid immigration debate
By KEVIN BEATY

Houston Chronicle Houston gets new immigration court supervisor
By Ana Goni-Lessan

AZ Central 2 Phoenix immigration judges retire as Trump administration pushes for faster deportations
By Daniel González

Fresno Bee ICE arrests at Fresno courthouse may stop behind new sanctuary law policies
By YESENIA AMARO

Dallas Morning News El Pasoans don't like new 'wall' and what it stands for as it blocks their view of sister city in Mexico
By Alfredo Corchado

New York Times (Editorial) Letting Children Rot in the Desert Is No Immigration Policy

Houston Chronicle (Editorial) Hungry kids in crosshairs as Trump crackdown spreads to legal immigrants

NJ.com(Editorial) Trump's cruel attack on legal immigrants

AL.com(Opinion) An immigrant's story, the American dream, and a ride to the airport
By Cameron Smith

Cincinnati Enquirer (Op-Ed) US must remain a beacon of hope for refugees
By Ted Bergh

Bainridge Island Review (Op-Ed) Abolish Immigration Detention
By Andrew Moss