Daily Immigration News Clips – October 5, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 5, 2018.

National

Bloomberg Law Send Only Your 'Best and Brightest': What's Ahead for H-1B Visas
By Laura Francis

UPI U.S. seeks to reduce waivers for immigration fees
By Patrick Timmons

Associated Press Migrants Embrace Ruling That Keeps Temporary Status for Now

Reuters Judge Bars U.S. From Ending Protections for Immigrants From Four Countries

New York Times 'I Feel Like an American Person': Immigrants Win Reprieve, but Anxiety Over Deportation Lingers
By Jennifer Medina

New York Times Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Ending Some Immigrant Protections
By Daniel Victor

USA Today Federal judge blocks Trump from deporting hundreds of thousands of immigrants under TPS
By Alan Gomez

The Hill Trump immigration measures struggle in the courts
By Rafael Bernal

CNN Federal judge temporarily blocks Trump administration from ending TPS
By Catherine E. Shoichet

Vox Judge blocks Trump's efforts to end Temporary Protected Status for 300,000 immigrants
By Dara Lind

NPR Judge Blocks Trump's Plan To End Temporary Protected Status For 300,000 Immigrants
By JOEL ROSE

LA Times Internal documents capture Trump administration debate about ending temporary immigrant protections
By ANDREA CASTILLO

Miami Herald Haitians, immigration lawyers welcome ruling blocking Trump from ending TPS - for now
By JACQUELINE CHARLES AND BRENDA MEDINA

National Review Judge Blocks Administration From Withdrawing Protected Status from 300,000 Immigrants
By JACK CROWE

The Hill Ex-Trump speech writer says 2016 attacks on Hispanic judge were 'embarassing'
By Julia Manchester

CBS News Bedsheet "nooses" among "serious violations" at California ICE detention facility
By ERIN DONAGHUE

NPR DHS Inspectors Find Standards Violations At Immigrant Facility
By FARIDA JHABVALA ROMERO

Vanity Fair TRUMP'S CHILD-DETENTION CRISIS IS GETTING WORSE
By ISOBEL THOMPSON

Al Dia U.S. government prefers to confine immigrant children in tent camps
By Yamily Habib

Reuters Crosses in Arizona Desert Mark Where 'American Dream Ended' for Migrants

USA Today Exclusive: Border Patrol 'serial' killer suspect may have used government weapon in killings
By Rick Jervis and Alan Gomez

The Hill Some undocumented immigrants didn't evacuate during hurricane to avoid risk of deportation: report
By AVERY ANAPOL

The Guardian Living in fear 'every single day' as immigration raids wreak havoc
By Khushbu Shah

The Atlantic Democrats' Burgeoning Chances in the Rust Belt
By RONALD BROWNSTEIN

FiveThirtyEight A Final Look At Where Voters Stand On Kavanaugh Before The Senate Votes
By Janie Velencia and Dhrumil Mehta

Vanity Fair "THIS IS WHAT WE WERE WORRIED ABOUT": KAVANAUGH, TRUMP, AND THE SWIFT BOATING OF THE SUPREME COURT
By PETER HAMBY

Cook Political Senate: Rating Changes in Four Races
By Jennifer E. Duffy

Washington Post 'My son needs a father, or at least bury him': Families band together to search for remains of missing loved ones in Mexico
By Alejandro Cegarra , Joshua Partlow and Chloe Coleman

NBC Trump has created a Census conundrum for Latino groups with planned citizenship question
By Suzanne Gamboa

The Hill Woman reportedly arrested after harassing two women for speaking Spanish
By ARIS FOLLEY

Openly Newly announced U.S. refugee numbers deadly for LGBT+ refugees
By Ty Cobb

Washington Post (Opinion) With whitewash complete, every Republican will now line up behind Kavanaugh
By Paul Waldman

Washington Examiner (Opinion) A new immigration policy is preventing foreign students from using their skills in the US
By Erin Dunne

Local

Click2 Houston Hundreds of migrant kids haven't been reunited with their parents. What's taking so long?
By Hannah Wiley

Amsterdam News Here's what you can do about that proposed 'Public Charge' immigration rule change
By Felicia Persaud

News and Observer (North Carolina) 'Stop financing hatred:' Charlotte banks criticized for ties to ICE detention centers
By DEON ROBERTS

San Antonio Current (Texas) Study Says Immigrants in San Antonio Boast Big Economic Impact
By Greg Jefferson

XFOX 14 Where's the money coming from to pay for holding immigrant children?
By John Purvis

Dallas Morning News These immigrants say they've been jammed into overcrowded cells, sleeping next to toilets at federal center
By Alfredo Corchado Dianne Solis

mySanAntonio San Antonio judge hands trucker 70 months in smuggling case where immigrants tried to escape
By Guillermo Contreras

Tallahassee Democrat Tallahassee attorney, Salvadoran worker optimistic after U.S. judge ruling blocks Trump deportations
By Nada Hassanein

Nevada Independent Immigration agents join sheriff's personnel on 'educational' visits to Lyon County brothels; no citations or arrests
By Michelle Rindels

WCPO Cincinnati father of five in ICE custody, could be deported to Mauritania

Houston Chronicle Texas rejects 2,400 online voter registrations as Oct. 9 deadline looms
By Jeremy Wallace

Greensburg Daily News (Iowa) Coaches had aliases for foreign students to fundraise
By Kyle Ocker and Colin Peters

Garden City Telegram (Editorial) Too many children remain pawns in political game

San Francisco Chronicle (Letter to the Editor) Letters to the Editor: That "invisible wall" against immigration
By Tala Hartsough

Dallas Morning News (Opinion) Hispanic voters aren't likely to make much difference in key November races
By Carl P. Leubsdorf

Des Moines Register (Opinion) Steve King's base shows cracks over his rhetoric on immigrants, Kavanaugh investigation
By Rekha Basu

Iowa City Press Citizen (Op-Ed) American society benefits when immigrants become involved in their communities
By Mazahir Salih