Daily Immigration News Clips – July 18, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 18, 2022.


Roll Call Immigration agency backlog weighs on congressional offices
By Suzanne Monyak

CBS News Unlawful crossings along U.S.-Mexico border set a record for June, despite drop from May
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

NPR The Senate is nearing a deal on immigration that could also lower food prices
By Ximena Bustillo

Bloomberg Mexican Migrants Exceed Central Americans in US Border Crossings
By Maya Averbuch

Roll Call Defense bill could be best shot for immigration changes
By Caroline Simon

ABC News Challenges increase for immigrants accessing abortion after Roe reversal
By Amanda Su

Washington Post (Op-Ed) In a close race, Texas’s Abbott talks war — against migrants
By Editorial Board


Philadelphia Inquirer The government ends immigration hearings in Pittsburgh, causing some people to drive hundreds of miles to Philly
By Jeff Gammage

Boston Globe Demonizing migrants may be the GOP’s most consistent platform. Just ask Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
By Marcela Garcia

Dickinson Press To fill gap left by LSS closure, North Dakota will offer affordable immigration legal services
By C.S. Hagen

Chicago Sun-Times (Op-Ed) Congress must craft immigration reform that respects, protects human life
By Editorial Board