Daily Immigration News Clips – November 22, 2021

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

National

The Washington Post How the House spending bill sets a path to legalization for undocumented immigrants
By Maria Sacchetti

The Wall Street Journal Biden Administration Aims to Close Gaps Among Lawmakers for Reconciliation Bill
By Aruna Viswanatha and Nancy A. Youssef

Politico What's next for Biden's social spending bill: The Senate struggle
By Marianne Levine

Roll Call Temporary immigration protections for millions pass the House
By Suzanne Monyak and Caroline Simon

NBC News Paid leave, immigration: What's likely to change as Senate weighs Build Back Better Act
By Sahil Kapur

MSNBC Advocates push Democrats to deliver more for immigrants
November 20, 2021

Time Magazine What Will the Senate Do With the Build Back Better Bill?
By Abby Vesoulis

Associated Press Mexican authorities find more than 400 migrants in trailers
By Felix Marquez

The Washington Post Thousands of Afghans evacuated during U.S. withdrawal awaiting resettlement
By Abigail Hauslohner

The Wall Street Journal Afghan Evacuees, Scattered Around the World, Could Wait Years for Chance to Reach U.S.
By Jessica Donati

The Washington Post As Haiti’s crisis worsens, a rising number flee by sea: ‘There is nothing for me here’
By Widlore Mérancourt and Paulina Villegas

The Hill Haiti opens consulate in Mexico near Guatemalan border to help manage migration
By Lexi Lonas

Reuters Texas governor hopeful Beto O'Rourke criticizes Biden on immigration
By Kanishka Singh

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Mass deportations eased the southern border crisis. But will it last?

Local

Modesto Bee CA study of Latino, Asian immigrants looks at perceived discrimination, impact on health
By Andrea Briseno