Daily Immigration News Clips – July 19, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 19, 2021.


The Washington Post As immigration heats up, Biden struggles for a clear plan
By Nick Miroff and Sean Sullivan

CNN Federal judge's DACA ruling underscores the human cost of congressional inaction
By Maeve Reston

CNN 'I keep subscribing to live in the United States': Two generations of DACA remain frustrated by a dream deferred
By Priscilla Alvarez

Associated Press Biden pledges appeal of 'deeply disappointing' DACA ruling

Associated Press 'A blaring siren' for Democrats after ruling halts DACA
By Astrid Galvan

The New York Times Judge Rules DACA Is Unlawful and Suspends Applications
By Miriam Jordan

The Washington Post U.S. judge blocks new applicants to program that protects undocumented ‘dreamers’ who arrived as children
By Maria Sacchetti and Amy B Wang

The Washington Post Biden calls judge’s decision to halt DACA program ‘deeply disappointing,’ says DOJ will appeal ruling
By Amy B Wang and Maria Sacchetti

The Wall Street Journal DACA Ruled Unlawful By Federal Judge—What That Means
By Michelle Hackman

The Wall Street Journal DACA Immigration Program Invalidated By Federal Judge
By Brent Kendall and Michelle Hackman

Politico Federal judge finds DACA unlawful, blocks new applicants
By Sabrina Rodriguez and Josh Gerstein

The Hill Biden calls court's DACA decision 'deeply disappointing,' vows to appeal it
By Celine Castronuovo

The Hill Federal judge blocks new applications to DACA
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Obama calls on Congress to find permanent solution for Dreamers following federal judge ruling
By Caroline Vakil

Roll Call Texas judge says DACA is illegal, halts new requests
By Suzanne Monyak and Caroline Simon

USA Today Federal judge in Houston rules DACA unlawful, halts new enrollment applications
By Luz Moreno-Lozano

Bloomberg Biden says U.S. will appeal DACA ruling and Congress must act
By Jenny Leonard and Laurel Calkins

Associated Press US border encounters of migrant families rise despite heat
By Anita Snow

The New York Times The number of migrants arriving at the border was the largest in years.
By Eileen Sullivan

The Washington Post U.S.-Mexico border apprehensions for the fiscal year surpassed 1 million in June
By Maria Sacchetti

The Wall Street Journal Arrests at U.S.-Mexico Border This Year Top One Million
By Michelle Hackman and Gabriel T. Rubin

Politico It’s Not a Border Crisis. It’s a Climate Change Crisis.
By Sabrina Rodriguez

The Hill Graham, Hawley call on Judiciary Committee to hold hearing on US-Mexico border
By Celine Castronuovo

The Hill Border apprehensions rise despite deadly summer heat
By Rafael Bernal

Los Angeles Times Losing Rosario: A mother sent her daughter across the border. Before they could reunite, one died
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske

USA Today Migrant encounters at the border surpass 1 million for the year. June's numbers reach 188k
By Rebecca Morin

USA Today 'We didn't take a break': Border Patrol agents face COVID-19 crisis as Biden considers relaxing border rules
By Rick Jervis

The New York Times Biden Faces New Pressure on Immigration
By Michael D. Shear and Eileen Sullivan

USA Today Gov. Ron DeSantis, Florida GOP leaders to visit Texas-Mexico border
By John Kennedy

The Wall Street Journal (Editorial) An Immigration Reboot for Biden

CNN (Opinion) The Dreamers' future in the US is endangered after judge's decision
By Elie Honig

The Hill (Op-Ed) On immigration enforcement, can we agree to do better and spend less?
By Jody Heymann and Aleta Sprague

Forbes (Op-Ed) Judge Hanen’s Opinion Against DACA Is Legally Wrong
By Charles Tiefer

The Charlotte Observer (Op-Ed) NC business leaders: Tillis, Burr must support the DREAM Act
By Hugh McColl and Ric Elias