Daily Immigration News Clips – June 10, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 10, 2021.


Border Report No easy way out for Biden administration on migrant surge, experts say
By Julian Resendiz

Associated Press Fewer children cross US border in May but numbers stay high

Reuters Bruised by border politics, some Biden officials cling to Trump restrictions
By Kristina Cooke and Ted Hesson

Reuters Canada could take in some Central American migrants to help U.S. - minister
By Anna Mehler Paperny

The Washington Post May was busiest month along Mexico border since Biden took office, CBP figures show
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Fewer children, families crossed into US from Mexico in May
By Lexi Lonas

USA Today CBP: More than 180,000 migrants encountered at the border, but fewer unaccompanied children and families
By Rebecca Morin

NBC News Stash houses, desert rescues: Cops in Texas border towns say their jobs have changed as crossings surge
By Julia Ainsley, Kenzi Abou-Sabe and Didi Martinez

The Hill Harris gets tough reviews over border on first foreign trip
By Amie Parnes

CNN Administration officials perplexed by Harris' border answer and worry it will overshadow her trip
By Nikki Carvajal, Kate Sullivan, Dana Bash, Phil Mattingly and Jeremy Diamond

The Hill Democrats press ICE, DHS to not re-detain migrants released during pandemic
By Tal Axelrod

The Hill 'The era of bipartisanship is over': Senate hits rough patch
By Jordain Carney

Entrepreneur International Entrepreneurs Now Have an Immigration Pathway to the U.S.
By Tahmina Watson

Forbes (Opinion) U.S.-Born Computer Professionals Earn Far More Than Other U.S. Workers

USA Today (Op-Ed) Do not come: Blowback would be worse if Kamala Harris had come off as soft on immigration
By Anushay Hossain


The Sacramento Bee California Latino leaders criticize Kamala Harris’ ‘Do not come’ message to migrants
By Kim Bojorquez and David Lightman

Los Angeles Times U.S. apprehensions of migrants crossing border continue to soar
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Los Angeles Times Migrants keep crossing despite risks and Border Patrol apprehensions
By Gary Coronado

Los Angeles Times How did Harris’ Central America trip go? Here’s what two experts have to say
By Noah Bierman

Los Angeles Times Harris’ Latin America trip shows complications and contradictions in immigration strategy
By Noah Bierman

San Diego Union-Tribune (Editorial) Biden has made strides on immigration. But his administration is inconsistent.

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) What Kamala Harris’ callous message to migrants really means
By Jean Guerrero