Daily Immigration News Clips – September 24, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 24, 2018.

National

HuffPost Immigration Judges' Union Accuses Jeff Sessions Of Pushing For Speed Over Fairness
By Elise Foley

USA Today Immigrant advocates vow to fight Trump plan to clamp restrictions on green card applicants
By Trevor Hughes and Alan Gomez

Associated Press US Considers Limit on Green Cards for Immigrants on Benefits

Reuters Trump Administration Moves to Restrict Immigrants Who Use Public Benefits

New York Times Trump Administration Aims to Sharply Restrict New Green Cards for Those on Public Aid
By Michael D. Shear and Emily Baumgaertner

Wall Street Journal Trump Administration Targets Immigrants on Public Assistance
By Stephanie Armour and Alicia A. Caldwell

Washington Post Trump administration seeks to limit access to U.S. for immigrants who use or are likely to use public assistance
By Nick Miroff

Politico Immigrants may be denied green cards if they've received benefits
By TED HESSON, NANCY COOK, HELENA BOTTEMILLER EVICH and ANDREW RESTUCCIA

NBC News New Trump rule would deny green cards to immigrants who took food stamps, Medicaid
By Julia Ainsley

The Hill Health advocates decry funding transfer over migrant children
By NATHANIEL WEIXEL

TIME Trump Administration Targets Immigrants Who Receive Public Benefits
By Maya Rhodan

Associated Press Parents Face Tougher Rules to Get Immigrant Children Back

CNN Federal judge says 'meaningful closure' could be soon in family reunifications
By Catherine E. Shoichet and Tal Kopan

Vox Finding homes for immigrant kids is hard. Trump's making it harder - by arresting their relatives.
By Dara Lind

YubaNet ICE Using Detained Children as Bait to Arrest Immigrants Coming Forward to Care for Kids Separated from Families

Associated Press Immigration Judges Say New Quotas Undermine Independence

Washington Post Immigration judges' union calls for immigration court independent from Justice Department
By Maria Sacchetti

Politico Judge rules Ross can be deposed over Census citizenship question
By TED HESSON and JOSH GERSTEIN

The Hill Experts: Trump immigration crackdown deterring undocumented immigrants from testifying in cases
By JACQUELINE THOMSEN

Associated Press Deportation postponed for deaf Nigerian immigrant in US

Washington Post Detention of immigrant after arrest in D.C. points to holes in sanctuary city status
By Peter Hermann

Washington Post An Illinois priest living legally in the U.S. for 14 years is being deported - over a single vote he shouldn't have cast
By Meagan Flynn

USA Today Congress questions CBP after Border Patrol agent charged in murders of four Texas women
By Alan Gomez

Miami Herald Being a victim of immigration fraud can lead to deportation. Watch out for these scams
By DANIEL SHOER ROTH

NBC News Poll: Two-thirds of Latinos favor Democratic control of Congress
By Carrie Dann

NBC News NBC News/WSJ poll: Democrats hold the advantage in November's elections
By Mark Murray

NPR The Biggest Hurdle For Beto O'Rourke In Texas Is Turning Out Latino Voters
By ASHLEY LOPEZ

Rolling Stone The Battle for California
By TIM DICKINSON

BBC Black voters influence in midterm developments

Albuquerque Journal Group looks at middle-of-the-road policies for immigration
By Angela Kocherga

Washington Post Hunger, not violence, fuels Guatemalan migration surge, U.S. says
By Nick Miroff and Kevin Sieff

Washington Post Mexico's next president could be on a collision course with Trump over immigration
By Joshua Partlow and Nick Miroff

Washington Post This small town, devastated by floods, welcomed Syrian immigrants. They're now paying it back.
By Terrence McCoy

The Hill Yale, MIT study: 22 million, not 11 million, undocumented immigrants in US
By RAFAEL BERNAL

NBC News Immigration crackdown makes women afraid to testify against abusers, experts warn
By Hannah Rappleye, Stephanie Gosk, Brenda Breslauer and John Carlos Frey

New Yorker Why Did Mike Pompeo Slash the Number of Refugees Allowed in the United States?
By Jonathan Blitzer

NPR High-Skilled Immigrants Call Out The Trump Administration's 'Hypocrisy'
By JOEL ROSE

Aljazeera Trump travel ban: Waiver process remains long, unclear
By Sara Nasser

New York Times (Editorial) Coming of Age in American Detention

New York Times (Op-Ed) 'America First' Has Won
By Robert Kagan

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) A Way Out of the Immigration Crisis
By Reihan Salam

Dallas Morning New (Op-Ed) Where will you find Trump's most ardent supporters? Probably not at church
By Emily Ekins

Market Watch (Op-Ed) Trump's immigration policies threaten your Social Security
By KABIR SEHGAL & DOUG DAVIS

Local

Washington Post (DC) Turned down by D.C. United academy, 15-year-old moves cross-country alone for another
By Steven Goff

Washington Post In first faceoff, Comstock and Wexton debate taxes, tariffs and immigration
By Jenna Portnoy

West Virginia Metro News (West Virginia) West Virginians express a wary view of immigration
By Brad McElhinny

Boston Globe (Editorial) Fire Jeff Sessions . . . as the boss of immigration judges

Dallas Morning News (Editorial) While Donald Trump berates Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who suffers? Immigrants

Las Vegas Sun (Editorial) Attorney general's latest decree revs up Trump's 'deportation machine'