Daily Immigration News Clips – December 22, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on December 22, 2021.

National

The Hill Biden underwater on economy, jobs other key issues: poll
By Monique Beals

Roll Call Limited operations at US consulates keep visa holders on edge
By Suzanne Monyak

Reuters U.S. immigration agents to pilot use of body-worn cameras
By Mica Rosenberg

Axios ICE to pilot body-worn cameras in select cities
By Shawna Chen

Forbes ICE To Implement Body Cameras — But Not Yet For Raids
By Mason Bissada

AP News US Homeland Security agents to test use of body cameras
By Ben Fox

The Hill ICE investigations unit testing body cameras in multiple states
By Rafael Bernal

NPR The U.S. economy is slowing as fewer immigrant workers come to fill jobs
By Joel Rose

NPR Fewer immigrant workers are coming to fill key jobs. That has slowed the U.S. economy
By Joel Rose

AP News US population growth at lowest rate in pandemic’s 1st year
By Mike Schneider

National Geographic For many Haitian migrants the prospect of a better future often clashes with a harsh reality
By Jacqueline Charles

Buzzfeed News Internal Investigators Told ICE To Stop Sending Immigrants To A Prison In Louisiana Because Of A Culture That Can Lead To Abuse
By Hamed Aleaziz

Politico Thousands of Afghans stuck at U.S. military bases face long road to resettlement
By Nahal Toosi

Border Report Biden vows he, Manchin will ‘get something done’ on $2T bill
By Lisa Mascaro and Farnoush Amiri

Politico Schumer vows a floor vote on Biden's $1.7T megabill next month
By Marianne Levine

Bloomberg Government Trump-Backed Border Wall Gets Reinforcement Under Biden Agency
By Ellen M. Gilmer

ABC News Haitian migrants sue Biden administration over treatment at southern border
By Quinn Owen

The Daily Beast Trump Used ‘Stingrays’ to Hunt Immigrants. Now Biden Is Too.
By Adam Rawnsley

Washington Informer With Few Options, Undocumented Black Immigrants Face Difficult Choice
By Sam P.K. Collins

The Hill Latinos in new poll say both parties take them for granted
By Joseph Choi

Axios Exclusive poll: The wall divides Latino Americans
By Russell Contreras, Margaret Talev

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) The politics of immigration makes the US sing a new tune in Central America
By Stephen Kinzer

Local

Washington Post (California) Latinos and Democrats benefit from new California congressional map
By Colby Itkowitz

Tennessean (Op-ed) John Rose: Biden's policies on immigration and securing the border are failing | Opinion
By John Rose