Daily Immigration News Clips – January 12, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 12, 2022.


New York Times Democrats are looking at multiple proposals to curb the filibuster.
By Carl Hulse

The Hill McConnell vows retaliation if Democrats change filibuster
By Jordain Carney

Associated Press Families separated at border now fear extortion attempts
By Elliot Spagat, Ben Fox, and Claudia Torres

CNN Refugee admissions to the US will restart this week after temporary freeze
By Priscilla Alvarez

The Hill Ex-special envoy: Biden's approach to Haiti a 'recipe for disaster'
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill 176 Haitians rescued from overloaded boat near Florida Keys
By Lexi Lonas

Border Report Expect border policy to dominate Texas gubernatorial campaigns
By Monica Madden

New York Times Supreme Court Weighs Jailed Immigrants’ Rights to Bail Hearings
By Adam Liptak

LA Times Biden urges Supreme Court to deny bond hearings for immigrants facing deportation
By David G. Savage

CNN Welcoming immigrants would cool off inflation, US Chamber of Commerce CEO says
By Matt Egan

Roll Call US Chamber plans to fight for immigration, against ’overreach’
By Kate Ackley

Newsweek Democrats Want Protection From Deportation, Jobs for Migrants From These Four Countries
By Alex J. Rouhandeh

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Opinion: This is why Democrats should push hard on voting rights
By Editorial Board

The Hill (Op-Ed) For the foreseeable future, immigration will fuel US population growth
By Joseph Chamie

Law360 (Op-Ed) U.S. Should Broaden Visa Interview Waivers Amid Pandemic
By Dominique Bucci


Cincinnati Enquirer (Op-Ed) Opinion: Immigration reform can help solve Ohio's workforce crisis
By Steve Stivers

La Semana del Sur (Op-Ed) Immigration also builds democracy
By David Torres

Immigration News (YouTube) Immigration also builds democracy (Video)
By David Torres