Daily Immigration News Clips – August 5, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 5, 2022.


The Public’s Radio US to issue ID to migrants awaiting deportation proceedings
By Amy Taxin

The Hill Semiconductor giants call for immigration law restructuring
By Rebecca Klar

NPR Texas and Arizona are sending migrants to D.C. without formal support in place
By A Martinez

Border Report Missing paperwork leads to dismissal of 1 in 6 new immigration cases
By Julian Resendiz

New York Times G.O.P. Governors Cause Havoc by Busing Migrants to East Coast
By Miriam Jordan

FiveThirtyEight When Republicans Talk About Immigration, They Don’t Just Mean Illegal Immigration
By Zoha Qamar

Bloomberg Law N.Y. Judge Denies Bid by Immigrants for Relief During DACA Fight
By Patricia Hurtado

The Conversation Crossing the US-Mexico border is deadlier than ever for migrants – here’s why
By Joseph Nevins

Fox News Republicans Eyeing Votes On Immigration, Border Security In Upcoming Reconciliation ‘vote-a-rama’
By Adam Shaw


San Diego Union-Tribune Border officials pause construction of new barriers at Friendship Park following outcry
By Wendy Fry

Oregonian Oregon cop sues federal immigration agents, alleging unlawful stop and seizure
By Maxine Bernstein

KPVI California lawmakers advance bill to protect immigration status in court
By Madison Hirneisen