Daily Immigration News Clips – August 24, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 24, 2021.


Daily Kos New poll shows 81% support for welcoming Afghan allies who aided U.S.
By Gabe Ortiz

The Washington Post Most Democrats and Republicans agree on need to help Afghan interpreters enter U.S., poll finds
By Adela Suliman

The Wall Street Journal Afghans Fleeing Taliban Grow More Desperate as Clock Ticks on U.S. Evacuation
By Elizabeth Findell, Erin Delmore and James Fanelli

The Wall Street Journal How Do the Highly Sought-After Special Immigrant Visas for Afghans Work?
By Michelle Hackman

The New York Times A Texas Sheriff’s Grim Task: Finding Bodies as Migrant Deaths Surge
By Simon Romero

Reuters Courts are beginning to admit that some immigration laws are racist
By Hassan Kanu

Politico Trump-appointed judge clashes with Biden DOJ in immigration suit
By Josh Gerstein

The New York Times Biden Faces a Trade-Off: Stop Corruption, or Migration?
By Natalie Kitroeff

Politico 'Mutually assured destruction': Pelosi and centrists drag budget standoff into wee hours
By Heather Caygle, Sarah Ferris, and Nicholas Wu

NBC News Black immigrants have been left out of policy decisions for too long, organizers say
By Char Adams

The Hill (Op-Ed) Bring the Afghans to America
By Benjamin Powell and Alex Nowrasteh
August 23, 2021


Al Dia News (Pennsylvania) PA immigration advocates make last minute push for Congressional support
By Oscar Lopez

Tampa Bay Times (Op-Ed) America’s promise includes all ‘Dreamers,’ and the law should reflect that
By Tatiana Faria