Daily Immigration News Clips – July 27, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 27, 2022.


Reuters The Border’s Toll
By Mica Rosenberg, Kristina Cooke and Daniel Trotta

San Francisco Chronicle Is immigration Silicon Valley’s secret sauce for success? Report says more than half of ‘unicorn’ startups founded by immigrants
By Chase DiFeliciantonio

Politico Immigrant advocates after W.H. meeting: ‘Next steps’ on policy remain unclear
By Sabrina Rodriguez

Border Report Advocates fear feds have no intention of ever reopening popular California border park
By Salvador Rivera

Fox News ICE developing program to give ID cards to illegal immigrants, as border crisis rages
By Adam Shaw

Latino Rebels #NoReformNoVote: TikTok Star Launches Pressure Campaign for Promised Immigrant Relief
By Pablo Manríquez

The Hill (Op-Ed) Supreme Court wrong to block Biden immigration priorities
By Raul Reyes

Forbes (Op-Ed) Most U.S. Billion-Dollar Startups Have An Immigrant Founder
By Stuart Anderson

Truthout (Op-Ed) ICE Is Using Data From LexisNexis to Skirt Sanctuary Laws and Deport Immigrants
By Cinthya Rodriguez


City Limits ICE Transfers Detained Immigrants From NY Jail Without Notice
By Daniel Parra

WFTS Immigration process lagging for Tampa Bay area residents
By Vanessa Araiza

Boston Globe Majority of Mass. voters want to keep driver’s licenses for undocumented residents law, poll says
By Samantha J. Gross

Dallas Morning News Texans suggest treating influx of border crossings as an invasion at policy summit
By Rebekah Alvey

Denver7 Specialty licenses opening doors for immigrant workers in U.S.
By Liz Gold

Wisconsin Examiner Immigrant activists hold action outside Homeland Security secretary’s home
By Isiah Holmes

Idaho Mountain Express Commissioners, Sheriff spar over immigration enforcement
By Mark Dee