Daily Immigration News Clips – July 13, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 13, 2021.


Associated Press High court ruling gives immigrants facing deportation hope
By Philip Marcelo

Border Report President’s murder shores up credible fear case for thousands of Haitian asylum seekers, activists say

Associated Press Democrats Eye Immigration Action in Budget, but Outlook Hazy
By Alan Fram

Courthouse News Service Texas Attorney General Agrees to Stop Blocking Online Critics
By Cameron Langford

Politico Free lunch, immigration, more Medicare: What's in the mix for Democrats' 'go-big' bill
By Jennifer Scholtes, Alice Miranda Ollstein, and Ryan McCrimmon

Associated Press Reynolds says Iowa will pay for troopers sent to border
By Ryan J. Foley and David Pitt

Associated Press More migrant deaths recorded in heat along Arizona border
By Anita Snow

The Hill Lawyers group criticizes Noem, Abbot on National Guard to border
By Mychael Schnell

Center for Public Integrity Undocumented immigrants can get their licenses. ICE can get their data
By Kimberly Cataudella and Alexia Fernández Campbell

Los Angeles Times Immigrant victims of rape or gang violence now have a better shot at getting asylum
By Cindy Carcamo

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) A governor can send the National Guard out of state. Can a wealthy donor?
By Mandy Smithberger

The Hill (Op-Ed) Budget reconciliation is clearest path for immigration reform we've had in decades
By Rep. Adriano Espaillat

Foreign Policy (Op-Ed) Mexico’s López Obrador Is Pulling an Erdogan on Biden
By Jorge Castañeda


San Diego Union-Tribune Mexican adults are crossing the border again and again in attempts to reach the United States
By Kate Morrissey

The Gazette (Editorial) Iowa’s ‘documented dreamers’ deserve permanent legal status in the United States