Daily Immigration News Clips – July 15, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 15, 2022.


VOA News US Restores Path to Green Card for Some TPS Holders
By Aline Barros

Reuters Biden immigration enforcement memo prioritizes family unity, replaces Trump guidance
By Ted Hesson

Washington Examiner Is America's immigration crisis causing the fentanyl epidemic?
By Anna Giaritelli

Fox News Texas Gov. Abbott blames Washington’s ‘open border policies’ for rise in fentanyl deaths in his state
By Bradford Betz

Washington Examiner 699 migrant border deaths under Biden’s watch: Sheriffs
By Paul Bedard

Newsweek Russian Journalist Arrested Crossing Mexican Border, Asks U.S. for Asylum
By Joni Jackson

New York Post Stunning video shows massive group of migrants crossing Texas border
By Callie Patteson

Border Report Smugglers exploit gaps where border wall construction halted
By Julian Resendiz

New York Times Manchin Pulls Plug on Climate and Tax Talks, Shrinking Domestic Plan
By Emily Cochrane & Lisa Friedman

New York Times Democrats Face Deepening Peril as Republicans Seize on Inflation Fears
By Alan Rappeport

Washington Post After stroke, John Fetterman takes small steps back into Pa. Senate race
By Colby Itkowitz

Axios GOP fears Senate debacle
By Josh Kraushaar & Andrew Solender

The Hill Abbott leading O’Rourke by 5 points in Texas governor’s race: poll
By Jared Gans

The Hill RNC launches program to help immigrants prepare for naturalization test
By Lexi Lonas

The Hill GOP basks in growing Latino outreach success
By Rafael Bernal, Emily Brooks & Mike Lillis

Washington Post Opinion Meet the lonely Democrat who thinks his party can win in 2022
By Greg Sargent

The Hill Customs and Border Protection leads in the fight against forced labor
By Chris Magnus


Univision U.S. Army vet wins citizenship after long legal battle over his identity
By David C. Adams

The Fresno Bee Immigrant detainees at two Central Valley immigration detention centers sue over wages

KPBS San Diego refugee, immigrant mental health program is role model in US
By Jacob Aere

Times of San Diego County Names Immigration Lawyer as First Director of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs
By City News Service

Tuscon Sentinel Federal border prosecutions rise as Biden admin officials consider ending Title 42
By Paul Ingram

KSAT Border Patrol opens new processing facility in Eagle Pass, influx of migrants continues
By Alicia Barrera & Sal Salazar

Fronteras Desk In meeting with Biden, AMLO commits to invest in border infrastructure
By Kendal Blust

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel DANIEL BICE Bice: Tim Michels rails against illegal immigration but says he didn't know his group fought an anti-immigration bill
By Daniel Bice

Tuscon Sentinel Grijalva: It's time to embrace real solutions for growing fentanyl dangers
By Raúl M. Grijalva

San Antonio Express-News Editorial: Gov. Abbott again puts politics above border solutions
By Express-News Editorial Board