Daily Immigration News Clips – August 3, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 3, 2022.

National

Roll Call Democrats could face tough immigration votes on reconciliation bill
By Caroline Simon

The Intercept Border Patrol Agents Are Trashing Sikh Asylum-seekers’ Turbans
By John Washington

USA Today Biden to sign microchips bill. But advocates say it's 'incomplete' without including immigration
By Rebecca Morin

NPR Talk of 'invasion' moves from the fringe to the mainstream of GOP immigration message
By Joel Rose

Bloomberg Government Democrats Seek Unity as Border Measures Loom on Climate Bill
By Ellen M. Gilmer

Washington Examiner Mayra Flores takes aim at border crisis in first bill: 'Self-inflicted chaos
By Anna Giaritelli

Forbes (Op-Ed) New Clues On What Immigration Will Look Like In A Second Trump Term
By Stuart Anderson

The Hill (Op-Ed) The future of US high-tech is not CHIPS-Plus, it’s international students
By Esther D. Brimmer

Local

Times-Herald Record ICE moved 65 detained immigrants from Orange County jail to Mississippi and Buffalo
By Chris McKenna

Border Report Leaders decry racism, gun violence as El Paso prepares to mark Walmart mass shooting anniversary
By Julian Resendiz

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Op-Ed) Neighborly Pittsburgh should welcome immigrants
By Jesse Dubin