Daily Immigration News Clips – December 30, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on December 30, 2021.


Associated Press Hundreds of Afghans denied humanitarian entry into U.S.
By Philip Marcelo and Amy Taxin

CNN Disillusionment and disappointment: Biden's White House struggles to find its footing on immigration
By Priscilla Alvarez

NPR President Biden promised to reform immigration policy. How has that been going?
By Carrie Kahn and Joel Rose

CNN Biden administration asks Supreme Court to let it end Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy
By Priscilla Alvarez and Dan Berman

Bloomberg Law Immigrant Class Sees Judge’s Bond Hearing Order Nixed on Appeal
By Bernie Pazanowski

Border Report Haitian migrants settle in for the long haul in Mexican border city
By Julian Resendiz

Vox Can US investment really ease Central America’s migrant crisis?
By Nicole Narea


KSTP ABC5 Parent visa backlog leaves local families in immigration limbo
By Eric Rasmussen

Colorado Newsline Colorado sanctuary leaders receive 1-year deportation stays from Biden administration
By Sara Wilson

Associated Press Children coming from border get attention in governor’s race
By Marc Levy

Miami Herald ‘We don’t have any help.’ Haitian family’s immigration limbo makes survival difficult
By C. Isaiah Smalls II

Tennessean (Op-Ed) Here are two ways U.S. could end the immigration crisis from south of the border | Opinion
By Ron Brabenec

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) Editorial: Recapturing unused green cards will break legal immigration logjam