Daily Immigration News Clips – August 4, 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 Lack of immigration guidance set to ripple through enforcement
By Suzanne Monyak

LA Times He waited 16 years for a green card. He died of COVID-19 when his turn finally came
By Andrea Castillo

Associated Press Immigrants are not getting Social Security numbers at the U.S. border
By Josh Kelety

Washington Post Border officials investigating claims Sikh turbans were confiscated
By Nick Miroff

NBC News ACLU calls on Border Patrol to stop stripping Sikh men of their turbans
By Sakshi Venkatraman

Newsweek (Op-Ed) Our Legal System Needs to Interview Traumatized Immigrants Better
By Joseph Mcmahon

The Hill (Op-Ed) Immigration reform is the supply-side liberalism we need
By David James Hebert, Alexander William Salter

Bloomberg (Op-Ed) Biden’s Border Fiasco Is Expanding
By The Editors

Market Watch (Op-Ed) Without more immigrants, Social Security (and America) is toast
By Brett Arends

Local

Tennessean Nashville council advances bill restricting license plate reader use for immigration enforcement
By Cassandra Stephenson

Princeton Info NJ Business Immigration Coalition Urges Action on DACA

Colorado Daily (Op-Ed) Help those at the southern border, end Title 42
By Katharine Speer Rosenthal

New Hampshire Union Leader (Op-Ed) What makes New Hampshire proud?
By Ethan Pratt, Amy Grenier