Daily Immigration News Clips – August 31, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 31, 2021.


New York Times Blinken says American diplomats have left Kabul, a stunning turnabout for one of the world’s largest U.S. embassies.
By Lara Jakes

Washington Post They made it out of Afghanistan. But their path ahead is uncertain.
By Maria Sacchetti, Missy Ryan and Alex Horton

Wall Street Journal What’s Happening in Afghanistan? U.S. Forces Complete Withdrawal
By James Hookway and Saeed Shah

NPR Waves Of Afghan Refugees Are Arriving In The U.S. Here's Some Help They Can Expect
By Vanessa Romo

Politico As Biden ends mission in Afghanistan, a refugee backlash looms at home
By Anita Kumar

LA Times Homeland Security to oversee entry of Afghans. Refugee agencies brace for mammoth task
By Andrea Castillo

Salon Stephen Miller loses his cool during Fox News interview about Afghan refugees
By David Edwards

The Hill 344 groups call on Biden administration to halt deportations to Haiti
By Rafael Bernal

Washington Post Opinion: America is leaving thousands of people behind in Afghanistan. This is a moral disaster. (Editorial)
By Editorial Board

Washington Post Opinion: Trump voters should be loving Joe Biden (Op-Ed)
By Dana Milbank

Market Watch Opinion: The U.S. needs this job-creating visa option for immigrant entrepreneurs (Op-Ed)
By Henrique Dubugras and Pedro Franceschi

Forbes (Op-Ed) Low H-1B Visa Denial Rates Are Trump’s Failed Immigration Legacy
By Stuart Anderson


Arizona Republic The U.S. sent back more than 71,000 migrants under 'Remain in Mexico.' Where are they now?
By Rafael Carranza

WTTW Chicago Immigration Groups Scramble to Resettle Afghan Refugees
By Paris Schutz

Seattle Times As America prepares for Afghan refugees, how Washington once led the way
By David Gutman

Laredo Morning Times Cuellar discusses implementation of Migrant Protection Protocols
By Jorge A. Vela

The San Diego Union Tribune Complaint alleges retaliation at immigration detention facilities after protests over conditions
By Kate Morrissey

Maine Public Radio Business, Higher Ed Leaders Call For Pathway To Citizenship For Undocumented Immigrants
By Ari Snider

Texas Tribune Texas House approves additional $2 billion for border security as state moves to build border wall
By James Barragán