Daily Immigration News Clips – January 3, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 3, 2022.

National

Axios Scoop: Manchin returns to Build Back Better negotiations with demands
By Hans Nichols

Forbes The Outlook On H-1B Visas And Immigration In 2022
By Stuart Anderson

Politico The Moral Pugilism of Harry Reid
By Zachary Carter

The Independent What Harry Reid told me about reaching Latino voters – and what he can teach Democrats
By Erin Garcia

Washington Post Agents with Homeland Security Investigations push to break away from ICE, saying negative reputation hurts their work
By Maria Sacchetti and Nick Miroff

Wall Street Journal Venezuelan Migrants Fall Prey to Sex Traffickers After Fleeing Their Collapsing Country
By John Otis

The Hill Mexico detained more than 250,000 migrants in 2021
By Rafael Bernal

CNN Biden administration results in more of the same Trump immigration policies
By Priscilla Alvarez

Washington Post New York pastor and immigration advocate asks court to sanction federal officials
By Jack Jenkins

Wall Street Journal Biden Administration Asks Supreme Court to Consider Its Bid to End ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy
By Jess Bravin

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

The Hill Biden asks Supreme Court to hear case on 'Remain in Mexico' policy
By Joseph Choi

Roll Call High court asked to review ‘Remain in Mexico’ ruling
By Suzanne Monyak

Fox News (Op-Ed) US immigration law has atrophied and it’s time to bring it into the modern, global world
By Sandra Feist

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) 10 Things to Love About America
By Peggy Noonan

The Hill (Op-Ed) ICE's failure to give detainees booster shots could fuel our winter surge
By Eunice Cho

Boston Globe (Op-Ed The most neglected story of 2021? Immigration.
By Marcela García

Local

Portland Press Herald Room at the inn: A South Portland hotel goes all out to help asylum seekers
By Kelly Bouchard