Daily Immigration News Clips – July 21, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 21, 2021.


Bloomberg Biden Faces Narrow Path to Aid Dreamers Without Congress, Courts
By Ellen M. Gilmer and Lydia O'Neal

CNN She found out on social media that the future she imagined for herself and her family was doomed
By Nicole Chavez

Spectrum News 1 DACA recipients on edge following court ruling
By Reuben Jones

NBC News Biden admin rethinking plan to lift Covid restrictions that blocked thousands from crossing border
By Julia Ainsley

Axios By the numbers: More migrants from farther away
By Stef W. Kight

The Washington Post In Cuban exile community in South Florida, all eyes are on their homeland and the sea
By Maria Sacchetti

Politico U.S. in final talks to house Afghan interpreters at Qatar, Kuwait military bases
By Lara Seligman and Andrew Desiderio

The Hill Graham: Adding immigration to infrastructure bill 'dumbest' idea in history of Senate, WH
By Dominick Mastrangelo

PBS Newshour Sanders: GOP ‘nervous’ about ‘overdue’ progressive policies in budget, infrastructure bill
By Judy Woodruff

Al Dia News The latest DACA ruling is exactly why a pathway to citizenship must be included in reconciliation
By Ericka Conant

Forbes (Opinion) Setting The Record Straight On Optional Practical Training
By Stuart Anderson


NorthJersey.com Immigration activists blockade ICE field office in Newark as deportations continue
By Mary Ann Koruth

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

My San Antonio San Antonio activists urge immigrants, allies to fight DACA ruling
By Steven Santana

Las Vegas Sun ‘We need citizenship’: Young Las Vegas immigrants lament judge’s recent DACA ruling
By Arleigh Rodgers

The Texas Signal After DACA ruling, immigration activists demand action from Congress
By Jessica Montoya Coggins

Greensboro News and Record (Editorial) Dreamers on the line again

Santa Rosa Press Democrat (Editorial) DACA is in peril; Congress must act

Colorado Politics (Op-Ed) It's time to take the next steps beyond DACA
By Itzel Olivas