Daily Immigration News Clips – July 14, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 14, 2022.

National

AP News Asylum wait lists at US border frustrate, confuse migrants
By Elliot Spagat

Axios Scoop: ICE is short $345 million, poised to spend more than ever
By Stef W. Kight

Reuters U.S. ban on 'encouraging' illegal immigration unconstitutional, court rules
By Daniel Wiessner

The Guardian ‘Have you recently had an abortion?’ Australian transiting through US questioned then deported
By Christopher Knaus

Newsweek Abbott Border Order Sparks Fears of 'Invasion' Rhetoric, Racial Profiling
By Adrian Carrasquillo

Border Report Abbott should be held accountable for violence against migrants, advocates say
By Julian Resendiz

Washington Post Donald Trump looks to fall launch for 2024, potentially upending midterms
By Michael Scherer & Josh Dawsey

Axios First look: RNC prepares immigrants for naturalization tests
By Sophia Cai

Politico This isn’t the Trump-era of U.S.-Mexico relations. In fact, it’s wildly different.
By Sabrina Rodriguez

Forbes (Op-Ed) Ph.D. Immigration Measure Removed, New Immigrant Visa Lawsuit Filed
By Stuart Anderson

Reason Once These Legal Immigrants Turn 21, They Face Deportation
By Fiona Harrigan

Washington Post (Opinion) Immigration opponents are far more passionate than supporters
By Alexander Kustov

MSNBC (Opinion) Jill Biden's 'taco' gaffe exposes how Democrats fail Latinos. But the GOP can't say smack.
By Julio Ricardo Varela

Local

KCUR Federal court rules immigration law violates First Amendment, in a win for Kansas workers
By Dan Margolies

Phoenix New Times Families Are Still Being Separated at the Arizona-Mexico Border
By Josh Kelety

El Paso Matters Gov. Greg Abbott’s latest executive order, ‘invasion’ rhetoric dangerous, immigration activists say
By Cindy Ramirez

Dallas Observer 'Reckless and Dangerous': Texas Dems and Immigration Advocates Slam Abbott's 'Invasion' Rhetoric
By Simone Carter

El Semanario (CO, NM) Even in Limbo, DACA Remains in Play
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

90.5 WESA GOP candidate for Pa. governor Mastriano paid $5,000 to the website used by the Tree of Life shooter
By Oliver Morrison

Dallas News (Op-Ed) If DACA ends the economy will lose $6.1 billion a year
By Chris Wallace & Zaira Garcia