Daily Immigration News Clips – January 6, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 6, 2022.


Border Report ‘Dreamers’ to keep pushing for citizenship in 2022
By Julian Resendiz

Washington Post GOP floats tweaks to vote counting law targeted by Trump as Democrats make voting rights push
By Mike DeBonis and Seung Min Kim

CNN Democrats at a loss over path to enact Biden agenda: It feels 'like Groundhog Day'
By Manu Raju and Lauren Fox

Axios Harris seeks help with Hispanics
By Hans Nichols

Reuters U.S. begins returning migrants to Mexican border city under rebooted Trump-era policy
By Lizbeth Diaz

The Hill Coast Guard returns 119 migrants to Cuba
By Rafael Bernal

Border Report Record number of migrants put in Alternatives to Detention program by Biden administration
By Sandra Sanchez

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) Biden’s Immigration Self-Sabotage
By Editorial Board

New York Times (Op-Ed) Jimmy Carter: I Fear for Our Democracy
By Jimmy Carter

New York Times (Op-Ed) Christian Nationalism Is One of Trump’s Most Powerful Weapons
By Katherine Stewart

Washington Post (Op-Ed) We survived Jan. 6 locked in the House chamber. Will our democracy survive, too?
By Jason Crow and Susan Wild

The Guardian (Op-Ed) Trump’s border wall and the slow decay of American soil
By Carlos Sanchez


Fort Worth Star-Telegram Number of migrant children in US custody drops below 10,000 for first time since March
By Vandana Ravikumar

WGBH News Senators seek probe of Plymouth County ICE detention facility following detainee allegations of abuse
By Sarah Betancourt