Daily Immigration News Clips – August 29, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 29, 2022.

National

Bloomberg Law Immigration Advocates Lament ‘More of the Same’ in New DACA Rule
By Ayanna Alexander, Ellen M. Gilmer

NPR A year after the war ended, some Afghans in the U.S. find the transition difficult

New Yorker Trying to Find Places for Asylum Seekers in New York City’s Homeless Shelters
By Eric Lach

CNN Texas has bused nearly 9,000 migrants to NYC and DC as an affront to Biden's immigration policies
By Zenebou Sylla

CBS News Immigration advocates call on federal, state and city agencies to increase aid for migrants bused from Texas
By Zinnia Maldonado

Border Report Some Tijuana residents say new border crossing pushing them away
By Salvador Rivera

Truthout Disappointed in Biden’s Inaction, Immigrant Rights Advocates Look to the States
By Frances Madeson

The Guardian ‘We had to show that the immigration system is a mess’: how Mo Amer’s refugee status led to comedy gold
By Jamal Khadar

The Center Square Gov. Abbott accelerates busing of foreign nationals from southern border to New York City
By Bethany Blankley

The Hill Republican senators challenge immigration rule change on terrorist support
By Chloe Folmar

Forbes (Op-Ed) Stripe, SpaceX And Instacart Are Top Immigrant-Founded U.S. Unicorns
By Stuart Anderson

Local

Gothamist NY immigrant advocacy groups say $40 million needed to help asylum seekers
By Arya Sundaram

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) DACA has been a socioeconomic success. So why are Dreamers still in limbo?
By Marcela Garcia