Daily Immigration News Clips – July 14, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 14, 2021.


The Conversation US immigration judges considering asylum for unaccompanied minors are ‘significantly influenced’ by politics
By Daniel Braaten and Claire Nolasco Braaten

Roll Call Padilla says citizenship path in reconciliation is ‘realistic’
By Suzanne Monyak

Roll Call Democrats undecided on full or partial offsets for massive budget bill
By Lindsey McPherson

Bloomberg Government Immigration Faces Challenging Path to Spending Package Inclusion
By Emily Wilkins

The Hill House Democrats include immigration priorities as they forward DHS funding bill
By Rebecca Beitsch

The New York Times Democrats Propose $3.5 Trillion Budget to Advance With Infrastructure Deal
By Emily Cochrane

The Washington Post Senate Democrats announce plans for $3.5 trillion budget package to expand Medicare, advance Biden priorities
By Tony Romm, Seung Min Kim and Jeff Stein

The Wall Street Journal Senate Democrats Agree to $3.5 Trillion Healthcare and Antipoverty Plan
By Andrew Duehren and Kristina Peterson

Politico Democrats unveil $3.5T go-it-alone plan to fulfill Biden’s agenda
By Caitlin Emma and Jennifer Scholtes

The Washington Post Biden administration warns Cubans, Haitians against fleeing to U.S. amid unrest
By Maria Sacchetti

Politico Mayorkas to Cubans, Haitians: Do not come to the U.S.
By Sabrina Rodriguez

CBS News Homeland Security chief says U.S. will not give refuge to those fleeing Cuba and Haiti by boat
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Chicago Sun Times Immigration groups ramp up efforts for legal help in anticipation of reform
By Elvia Malagón

Associated Press US says order coming this week on border asylum restrictions
By Jake Bleiberg and Elliot Spagat

CNN Biden looks to avoid immigration headache with complicated decision on opening borders
By Priscilla Alvarez

CBS News Biden administration assigns more staff to review DACA applications as backlog soars
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 'It's alarming': Delays in DACA renewal processing times are causing frustration for Milwaukee recipients and their attorneys
By Jessica Rodriguez

amNY (Op-Ed) Congress must honor the contributions of undocumented people and finally provide them the path to citizenship they’ve earned
By NY Assemblymember Catalina Cruz and Monica Sibri