Daily Immigration News Clips – August 26, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 26, 2021.


El Semanario (CO, NM) The necessary refuge of our days
By David Torres

The New York Times The Latest G.O.P. Schism: How to Handle Afghan Evacuees
By Annie Karni

The New York Times At Least 250,000 Afghans Who Worked With U.S. Haven’t Been Evacuated, Estimates Say
By Lauren Leather and Larry Buchanan

The Washington Post Biden headed for divisive debate over resettlement of Afghanistan refugees
By Matt Viser and Paul Kane

Los Angeles Times California Democrats urge Biden: Send us Afghan evacuees
By Sarah D. Wire

USA Today Thousands of Afghans are looking for refuge in the U.S. But the immigration process isn't simple.
By Rebecca Morin

HuffPost Anti-Immigrant Trump Aide Stephen Miller Laid Groundwork For Disastrous Afghan Evacuation
By S.V. Date

The New York Times A Squalid Border Camp Finally Closed. Now Another One Has Opened.
By Miriam Jordan

The Hill Texas lawmakers advance governor's proposal to hike spending on border security
By Joseph Choi

Roll Call Biden administration will continue challenging ‘Remain in Mexico’
By Caroline Simon

Roll Call COVID-19 vaccinations required for most green card applicants
By Caroline Simon

The Wall Street Journal (Editorial) The Coming Afghan Migration Crisis

The Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Immigration Law Boomerang

The Washington Post (Opinion) So now the Supreme Court is okay with judges setting immigration policy?
By Ruth Marcus

MSNBC (Opinion) Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' policy is back to make asylum harder
By Hayes Brown

The Arizona Republic (Opinion) Remain in Mexico is a terrible policy. When will AMLO start playing hardball?
By Elvia Diaz


NY Daily News (Op-Ed) Kathy Hochul needs immigrants to help rebuild N.Y.
By Murad Awawdeh