Immigration in the Media
Immigration in the media 2014 links to various news and media outlets’ reports concerning immigration.
Often, the plight of immigrants in the United States is understood only by them and by those who either study immigrants or assist them in asserting their legal rights. Newspapers and other media outlets tell the story of many immigrants, legal and illegal, and how they are affected by our broken immigration system.
When one of our clients has a particularly compelling story, we sometimes approach the press and many times the media’s coverage of their story has helped to resolve their immigration problem.
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We also link to stories focusing specifically on Comprehensive Immigration Reform legislation.
Immigration in the Media 2014 – July
- Obama Could Grant Amnesty to 5 Million Immigrants
- With Immigration Reform Off the Agenda, Some in Tech Turn to Plan B (7-25-14)
- To Cope with Child Immigrants, Competing Plans Emerge from Congress (7-23-14)
- Recess Looming, Lawmakers Appear Stuck on Obama’s Immigration Funding Request (7-22-14)
- Immigration Judge Warns Against Swamped US Courts: ‘We Are Reaching a Point of Implosion’ (7-22-14)
- Outspoken Immigrant Advocate, Also Undocumented, Is Held in Texas (7-15-14)
- Obama Seeks Governors’ Support on Immigrant Kids (7-13-14)
- Mario Diaz-Balart Concedes Defeat on Immigration, For Now (7-10-14)
- Obama’s Plans for $3.7 Billion Immigration Crisis Funds (7-8-14)
- No Childhood Here: Why Central American Children are Fleeing Their Homes (7-1-14)
Immigration in the Media in Previous Years
- Immigration in the Media – 2014 Spring
- Immigration in the Media – 2014 Winter
- Immigration in the Media – 2013 Fall
- Immigration in the Media – 2013 Summer
- Immigration in the Media – 2013 Spring
- Immigration in the Media – 2013 Winter
- Immigration in the Media – 2012 Fall
- Immigration in the Media – 2012 Summer
- Immigration in the Media – 2012 Spring
- Immigration in the Media – 2012 Winter
- Immigration in the Media – 2011
- Immigration in the Media – 2010
- Immigration in the Media – 2009
- Immigration in the Media – Before 2009