Daily Immigration News Clips – December 17, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on December 17, 2021.


Vox Democrats’ latest attempt at immigration reform is doomed
By Nicole Narea

Associated Press Senate parliamentarian deals Democrats blow on immigration
By Alan Fram

The New York Times Biden Concedes Social Policy Bill Is Stalled as Immigration Plan Falters
By Emily Cochrane and Luke Broadwater

The Wall Street Journal Senate Parliamentarian Rejects Democrats’ Immigration Proposal in $2 Trillion Bill
By Michelle Hackman and Andrew Duehren

Politico Senate parliamentarian rejects latest Dem proposal on immigration
By Marianne Levine

The Hill White House: Senate parliamentarian rejecting immigration offer is 'deeply disappointing'
By Alex Gangitano

The Hill Senate parliamentarian rejects Democrats' third immigration offer
By Jordain Carney

Los Angeles Times Latest attempt at immigration reform ousted from Democrats’ bill
By Jennifer Haberkorn

Roll Call Senate parliamentarian rejects ‘Plan C’ immigration plan
By Caroline Simon and Suzanne Monyak

USA Today Senate parliamentarian rejects latest immigration proposal in reconciliation bill
By Rebecca Morin and Mabinty Quarshie

CNN Senate parliamentarian rejects Democrats' third attempt to include immigration in economic bill
By Daniella Diaz and Priscilla Alvarez

CBS News Senate parliamentarian rejects Democrats' latest immigration plan in spending bill
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Axios Parliamentarian rejects Dems' immigration provisions for 3rd time
By Sophia Cai and Stef W. Kight

The New York Times Justice Department Halts Settlement Talks With Migrant Families
By Miriam Jordan

The Washington Post Family separations: Settlement talks with Biden administration have broken down, attorneys say
By Maria Sacchetti, Kevin Sieff and Sean Sullivan

The Wall Street Journal Biden Administration Pulls Out of Settlement Talks With Separated Families
By Michelle Hackman and Sadie Gurman

The Hill DOJ says it won't agree to payments to families separated at border
By Rebecca Beitsch

Roll Call Government talks on migrant family settlements break down
By Caroline Simon

NPR Justice Department breaks off talks on compensation for separated families
By Joel Rose and Vanessa Romo

NBC News Biden administration exits talks over compensating families separated at border
By Jacob Soboroff and Rebecca Shabad

The Washington Post Border arrests ticked up 5 percent in November, first increase since summer
By Maria Sacchetti and Nick Miroff

The Wall Street Journal In a Texas Border Town, Armed Groups Arrive to Look for Migrants
By Elizabeth Findell

The New York Times Democrats Find Urgent New Reasons to Worry About Latino Voters
By Jennifer Medina

Cook Political Report Lessons on Latino Voters
By Amy Walter

The Wall Street Journal More Than 60,000 Interpreters, Visa Applicants Remain in Afghanistan
By Jessica Donati

Roll Call Backlog, confusion await Afghans seeking humanitarian relief
By Caroline Simon

TIME Magazine A Years-Long Immigration Backlog Puts Thousands of Abused Kids in Limbo
By Jasmine Aguilera


The Free Lance-Star (Op-Ed) DACA kids have been left in limbo too long