Daily Immigration News Clips – August 1, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 1, 2022.


NBC News 'I'm alone': These asylum seekers find themselves on the street as they await immigration hearings
By Damià Bonmatí

Politico Biden wants an industrial renaissance. He can’t do it without immigration reform.
By Brendan Bordelon, Eleanor Mueller

Wall Street Journal Biden Administration Divided on Fate of Remain in Mexico Program
By Michelle Hackman

Time The Biden Administration Still Hasn't Ended 'Remain in Mexico' Despite Court Win. Here's Why
By Jasmine Aguilera

CBS News U.S. admits 100,000 Ukrainians in 5 months, fulfilling Biden pledge
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Law 360 How A Law Prof Is Training Non-Attys As Immigrant Advocates
By Marco Poggio

Washington Examiner Migrant arrivals in DC amp up pressure on Biden over border enforcement
By Haisten Willis

Roll Call House Democrats buttoning up budget votes as they await Senate
By Laura Weiss, Lindsey McPherson

Fox News Biden's AZ border wall move could be to 'help one of their own' win re-election, border official says
By Thomas Phippen, Andrew Murray

Stanford HAI How Have Attitudes Towards U.S. Immigration Changed?
By Edmund L. Andrews

New York Times Pushing an Immigration Conspiracy Theory, While Courting Latinos
By Jennifer Medina


Texas Tribune Legal questions shroud Gov. Greg Abbott’s move to bus migrants back to the border
By James Barragán, Uriel J. García

OC Register Meet Nam Loc Nguyen, Orange County’s inaugural immigration ambassador
By Susan Christian Goulding

Gainesville Sun (Op-Ed) Turning away asylum seekers at the border doesn't align with our values
By Faris Kronfli, Vivian Ibañez

Salt Lake Tribune (Op-Ed) When Latter-day Saints fled the U.S. for Mexico, there were no questions asked
By Michelle Pollock, Amy Grenier