Daily Immigration News Clips – September 25, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 25, 2018.

National

Bloomberg Law More Workplace Immigration Rules on Horizon for Year’s End
By Laura Francis

ABA Journal Groups decry Sessions' ruling that limits judges' ability to dismiss deportation cases
BY LORELEI LAIRD

Time Migrants Get a Second Chance at Asylum. But It's Still an Uphill Battle
By Hannah Wiley

The Hill Trump changes mean only wealthy immigrants may apply, says critic
By Tessa Bonn

Vox Trump is proposing a regulation that could change the face of legal immigration — by restricting low-income immigrants
By Dara Lind

HuffPost How Trump Can Use Welfare To Stymie Immigration — And Vice Versa
By Arthur Delaney and Elise Foley

Vice Being a kid is a “negative factor” under Trump’s new immigration rule
By Taylor Dolven

Pacific Standard RESEARCH SHOWS IMMIGRANTS ARE NOT A DRAIN ON U.S. RESOURCES
By EMILY MOON

Associated Press Immigration rights group says 34 detained by ICE

Pacific Standard THREATENED SHUTDOWN OF FAILING IMMIGRANT CHILDREN SHELTERS COULD CAUSE A CRISIS
By TOPHER SANDERS & MICHAEL GRABELL

Associated Press Deported Mexican Mother of 4 Citizens Back to Pursue Asylum

Reuters Police in Trump-supporting towns aid immigration officials in crackdown
By Mica Rosenberg and Reade Levinson

McClatchy ICE struggled to pay its bills long before Trump administration took money from FEMA
By BRYAN LOWRY

The Intercept Undocumented Immigrant Faces a Choice: Become an Informant for ICE or Be Deported
By Ryan Katz

The Guardian 100 armed agents and 143 arrests: the Ice raid that traumatized a small Ohio town
By Kari Lydersen

New York Times Cruising New York’s Waterways This Week: Portraits of Former Refugees
By Sopan Deb

New York Times (Editorial) An Unhealthy Plan to Drive Out Immigrants

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump’s child separation policy pales in comparison to China’s

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Family ties are no match for Trump’s divisive politics
By Jeff Greenfield

Forbes (Opinion) How The Dream Of American Immigration Attracts Foreign Investors Despite Its Challenges
By Andy J. Semotiuk

HuffPost (Opinion) If You Care About Immigrants, Prove It In The Midterm Elections
By Juan Escalante

Local

Houston Chronicle False citizenship claim cost Houston couple
By Ana Goñi-Lessan

Houston Public Media Proposed Rules to Limit Legal Immigration Could Impact Thousands in Houston
By ELIZABETH TROVALL

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

Mercury News H-1B spouses’ work ban rule coming within three months, feds say
By Ethan Baron

WLRN New Study Backs Claims Central Americans Flee Violence More Than Poverty
By TIM PADGETT

Miami Herald Legal immigrants who get government assistance won’t get green cards under Trump proposal
By DANIEL SHOER ROTH

WLRN South Florida Leaders Reject 'Public Charge' Policy That Denies Green Cards For Welfare Recipients
By ALEXANDER GONZALEZ

Green Bay Press Gazette ICE arrests at least 6 people in Green Bay, police and advocates say
By Doug Schneider,Samantha Hernandez and Jeff Bollier

Journal Sentinel Wisconsin immigration raids targeted homes and businesses, rights group Voces de la Frontera says
By Jesse Garza

WKOW Businesses and communities suffering after ICE officials arrest dozens
By Emilee Fannon

Cincinnati Enquirer 17 months after deportation, Maribel Trujillo-Diaz back home in Fairfield
By Mark Curnutte

NJ.com ICE wanted to deport this N.J. man over an old conviction. He fought back -- and won
By Kelly Heyboer

Associated Press Hearing Set for Man Seeking Sanctuary in Michigan Church

Associated Press Seattle Mariners’ Felix Hernandez becomes US citizen

WBUR A Son Of Immigrants Makes The Case For Tighter Immigration Policy
By Meghna Chakrabarti

LA Times (Editorial) Trump's anti-immigration 'public charge' proposal solves a problem that doesn't exist

Arizona Republic (Opinion) A 2020 initiative to offer in-state tuition for DACA recipients? I'd support that
By Joanna Allhands

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