Daily Immigration News Clips – July 16, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 16, 2021.

National

Associated Press Garland lets immigration judges put off deportation cases
By Amy Taxin

The Hill Garland strikes down Trump-era immigration court rule, empowering judges to pause cases
By Rebecca Beitsch

The Times of India US bid to attract talent: 'Specific visa needed for startup founders,’ says Fiona McEntee
By Lubna Kably

Bloomberg Democrats Hitching Immigration Plans to Tax and Spending Bill
By Laura Litvan and Sophia Cai

Mundo Hispanico Biden's immigration reform: The great opportunity for the undocumented?

Politico Democrats launch immigration reform Hail Mary
By Sarah Ferris, Burgess Everett, and Laura Barron-Lopez

NBC News Democrats pursue ambitious immigration changes in $3.5 trillion budget measure
By Sahil Kapur and Julia Ainsley

CNN Democrats look to infrastructure as last chance on immigration reform
By Lauren Fox, Daniella Diaz and Ali Zaslav

Bloomberg Ocasio-Cortez Warns Progressives Can ‘Tank’ Infrastructure Bill
By Jarrell Dillard and Billy House

The Washington Post At hearing, Biden’s ICE nominee praises immigrants, pledges to uphold ‘rule of law’
By Maria Sacchetti

The Hill Biden ICE nominee pledges to uphold agreements with local law enforcement
By Rebecca Beitsch

Los Angeles Times ICE may finally get a Senate-confirmed director after over four years without one
By Meena Venkataramanan

Roll Call ICE nominee says he won’t end local cooperation deals
By Suzanne Monyak

CNN After Trump-era turmoil, ICE may finally get a permanent leader
By Priscilla Alvarez

NBC News Garland reverses Trump-era immigration order in move that will cut huge backlog of asylum cases
By Julia Ainsley

The Washington Post (Opinion) Worried about illegal immigration? Create more legal immigrants.
By Catherine Rampell

Local

KQED Can Democrats' Immigration Reform Plan Succeed Through Budget Reconciliation?
By Farida Jhabvala Romero

NJ.com Immigration reforms pushed by N.J.’s Menendez could be part of Democratic spending plan
By Jonathan D. Salant

Texas Public Radio Fronteras: Children's Book 'Areli Is A Dreamer' Tells True Story Of DACA Recipient