Daily Immigration News Clips – January 5, 2022

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


Washington Post Biden faces highly charged legal fight with migrants whose children were taken away under Trump
By Sean Sullivan and Maria Sacchetti

LA Times ‘Remain in Mexico’ program returns to San Diego-Tijuana border
By Kate Morrissey

ABC News Biden administration reimposes 'Remain in Mexico' policy
By Quinn Owen

NBC News The new Latino landscape
By Suzanne Gamboa and Nicole Acevedo

Cook Political Report 2022 House Overview: Still a GOP Advantage, but Redistricting Looks Like a Wash
By David Wasserman

Ms. Magazine Feminist Wishes for 2022: “We Were Never Meant To Do This Work Alone”
By Martha Garbarini and Hannah Beck

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Impact of Jan. 6 Is Still Rippling Throughout the World
By Francis Fukuyama

Washington Post (Op-Ed) How Republicans benefit from being united against protecting democracy
By Greg Sargent and Paul Waldman


NBC News Maine New wave of immigrants reshaping Maine
By Rob Caldwell

Houston Chronicle Pending immigration bills would benefit hundreds of thousands of undocumented Houstonians
By Elizabeth Trovall

KQED A Simple Paperwork Error Can Get Asylum Seekers Deported. Rosa Díaz Got Lucky on a Lunch Break
By Tyche Hendricks

Illinois Newsroom Meatpacking jobs are attractive to immigrants. COVID made the work even riskier
By Natalie Krebs

Lehigh Valley Regional News Republican candidate for Pa. governor alleges airline carrying illegal immigrants was secretly flown into LVIA

Texas Tribune Allen West blasts Gov. Greg Abbott over suicides, pay problems among National Guardsmen at the border
By James Barragán