Daily Immigration News Clips – July 20, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 20, 2021.


Border Report Advocates want Democrats to deliver on legalization after setback to ‘Dreamers’
By Julian Resendiz

The Hill Post-court ruling, Democrats face pressure to deliver on immigration
By Jordain Carney

Roll Call What’s next for DACA: Court battles and pressure on Congress
By Suzanne Monyak and Caroline Simon

EdSource With DACA hopes dashed, California students look to Congress
By Zaidee Stavely

CNN Rising Covid-19 concerns could slow plans to scrap Trump-era border policy
By Priscilla Alvarez

Associated Press US extends temporary status for Somalis, citing civil strife

The Hill Homeland Security extends immigration program for Somalia
By Rafael Bernal

Associated Press Afghans who helped US being evacuated to Virginia Army base
By Matthew Lee

The Wall Street Journal Pentagon to House Afghan Interpreters at Military Bases in U.S., Qatar
By Gordon Lubold and Michael R. Gordon

The Washington Post Pentagon to house Afghan interpreters at Fort Lee in Virginia
By Dan Lamothe

Politico U.S. to begin housing Afghan interpreters at Virginia military base
By Andrew Desiderio


Houston Chronicle DACA immigrants in Houston call on Congress to take action to protect Dreamers
By Olivia P. Tallet

Baltimore Sun (Editorial) Baltimore needs all the ‘dreamers’ it can get (and so does the U.S.)