Daily Immigration News Clips – September 3, 2019

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 3, 2019.


NPR ICE Ignores State Pardons In Connecticut

WBUR After Public Outcry, Feds Agree To Reopen Certain Medical Deferral Requests
By Shannon Dooling

Reuters Facing Criticism Over Deportations, U.S. to Look Again at Some Deferral Requests

The New York Times Faced With Criticism, Trump Administration Reverses Abrupt End to Humanitarian Relief
By Miriam Jordan

The Hill Trump administration walks back decision to end protections for migrants who receive medical care
By Jessica Campisi

CNN Immigration agency to re-open some requests to defer deportation
By Priscilla Alvarez

NBC News Trump admin walks back plan to end deportation protections for sick immigrants
By Alex Seitz-Wald

CBS News Trump administration to process some deferred deportation requests from sick immigrants
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Associated Press Government: Let's End Agreement for Migrant Kid Detention

The Washington Post Trump administration clarifies policy on citizenship of children born abroad to American servicemembers
By Maria Sacchetti and Carol Morello

The Washington Post US to use fake social media to check people entering country
By Tami Abdollah

The Washington Post Trump's lost summer: Aides claim victory, but others see incompetence and intolerance
By Philip Rucker and Ashley Parker

NPR Tracking Trump On Immigration: A Relentless Push To Reshape Migration
By Joel Rose

Huffpost Menstruating Migrant Girls 'Visibly' Bleeding Through Pants While Detained, Lawsuit Says
By Alanna Vagianos

Los Angeles Times Pastor's kidnapping underscores threat to migrants returned to Mexican border towns
By Patrick J. McDonnell

Dallas News How a new surge of asylum-seekers from Mexico ratchets up the pressure on both sides of the border
By Alfredo Corchado

Politico Why Trump may protect one group of immigrants
By Anita Kumar and Daniel Lippman

WGBH With Immigration Status in Limbo, Some TPS Holders Consider Heading North - To Canada
By Phillip Martin

Los Angeles Times The U.N. is flying and busing migrants through Mexico back to Central America
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Associated Press Illinois Governor Pardons Army Vet Deported to Mexico

The New York Times 'My World Has Now Stopped': How One Family Is Recovering From a Mass Shooting
By Manny Fernandez

The New York Times Body of Michigan Man Deported to Iraq Is Returned to the U.S.
By Mariel Padilla

The New York Times On the Job, 24 Hours a Day, 27 Days a Month
By Andy Newman

CNN ICE says it won't conduct enforcement activities during Hurricane Dorian
By Priscilla Alvarez

ProPublica In a Disputed Custody Case, the Children of a Spanish-Speaking Father Will Remain With Their Slovak-Speaking Foster Parents
By Melissa Sanchez and Duaa Eldeib

The Hill Unconfirmed by Senate, Cuccinelli sees power, influence grow on immigration
By Brett Samuels

The Hill McAleenan says transfer of funds from FEMA won't impact Dorian response
By Regina Zilbermints

Boston Globe Harvard student who was denied entry into US makes it to campus in time for start of classes
By Felicia Gans

Politico Julián Castro claims he can reassemble Obama's winning coalition
By Aubree Eliza Weaver

The Washington Post (Editorial) These days, our debate over labor is awash in hypocrisy

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump USCIS 'technical correction' hurts military families, readiness
By Martin W. Lester and Jeffrey E. Phillips

Forbes (Opinion) Americans May Pay A 'Birth Tax' Under Trump Immigration Order
By Stuart Anderson

The Washington Post (Opinion) 2016 taught us a lesson about Trump. Now we need to unlearn it.
By Michael Gerson

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Why young white evangelicals aren't likely to leave the Republican Party
By Jeremiah J. Castle , Ryan P. Burge and Paul A. Djupe

The Hill (Opinion) Ann Coulter: Can't America have a little self-respect on immigration?
By Ann Coulter

The Hill (Op-Ed) Labor Day jitters on both sides of America's political divide
By Albert Hunt

The Hill (Op-Ed) Green cards only for immigrants with 'green'?
By Willie D. Francois

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump's new detention rule: The least traumatic option
By Andrew C. Brown


Virginia Business Hitting a wall
By Stephenie Overman

KQED Feds to Reconsider Case of Bay Area Woman Getting Lifesaving Treatment Who Faces Deportation
By Farida Jhabvala Romero

Tallahassee Democrat Leon County public defenders noticing increased ICE presence in courtrooms
By Karl Etters

Associated Press (Florida) Woman Tosses Molotov Cocktail Into Fla. Citizenship Office

Associated Press (Iowa) Trial Set for Guatemalan Man Charged With Killing 3 in Iowa

The Washington Post (Virginia) James Madison University set out to help 35 middle-schoolers become the first in their families to attend college. Would they succeed?
By Debbie Truong

ABC 15 (Arizona) Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich signs on to Pres. Trump's plan to end DACA
By Mark Phillips

NowThisNews (Arkansas) DACA Recipient Changes Arkansas Law

Baltimore Sun (Opinion) Limiting foreign worker visas puts American jobs at risk

Syracuse.com Barring refugees deepens US labor shortage (Commentary)
By Stephen Bowman