Daily Immigration News Clips – June 15, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 15, 2022.

National

Washington Post As DACA immigrant program turns 10, legal challenges persist
By Maria Sacchetti

Associated Press US-expelled Haitians fuel charter business to Latin America
By Julie Watson, Gisela Perez de Acha, Katie Licari, Trenton Daniel and Patricia Luna

New York Times A Decade After DACA, the Rise of a New Generation of Undocumented Students
By Miriam Jordan

NBC News A decade of DACA: A middle-class launching pad for thousands is at risk
By Suzanne Gamboa, Edwin Flores, Nicole Acevedo and Sandra Lilley

Politico Republican donors to GOP leaders: Bipartisan immigration reform would ease inflation
By Sabrina Rodriguez

Washington Times Dreamers still in limbo after 10 years of Obama's DACA; immigration law and politics impacted
By Stephen Dinan

The Hill DACA turns 10 with ‘Dreamers’ no closer to solid ground
By Rafael Bernal

ABC News DACA's 10th anniversary: Recipients call for congressional action as immigration reform remains stalled
By Brian Alvarado

USA Today (Op-Ed) DACA recipients have helped build the American dream. It's time to give them a path to citizenship.
By Louis Caldera, Nancy Cantor and Elsa Núñez

LA Times (Op-Ed) Senate Hearing Makes Case For DACA And International Students
By Jean Guerrero

The Hill (Op-Ed) The advantages of foreign STEM students staying in the US
By Jack Corrigan

Local

Cronkite News Advocates blast Supreme Court rulings denying bond hearings to migrants
By Tracy Abiaka

Atlanta-Journal Constitution A decade of DACA left its impact on Georgia. But threats loom.
By Lautaro Grinspan

KPBS California’s plan to provide food assistance to undocumented residents leaves some out
By Jeanne Kuang & Melissa Montalvo

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Op-Ed) Editorial: Closing Pittsburgh immigration court symptomatic of broken system
By The Editorial Board

The Post & Courier (Op-Ed) Commentary: Let’s find immigration solutions for ‘Dreamers’
By Patrick Taylor