Daily Immigration News Clips – June 16, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 16, 2022.


Associated Press Justices dismiss Trump-era immigration case, in a Biden win
By Jessica Gresko

New York Times Supreme Court Dismisses Bid by G.O.P.-Led States to Defend Trump Immigration Plan
By Adam Liptak

CNN Supreme Court tosses Republican effort to defend Trump-era 'public charge' immigration rule
By Ariane de Vogue, Tierney Sneed, Priscilla Alvarez and Chandelis Duster

Associated Press New Mexico governor concerned with potential migrant influx
By Susan Montoya Bryan

The Hill Obama on DACA anniversary: Let’s treat Dreamers like the Americans they are
By Sarakshi Rai

Roll Call On DACA anniversary, Democrats call for Senate immigration action
By Suzanne Monk

Vox What America owes to Dreamers, 10 years later
By Christian Paz

Bloomberg Government Dreamers Stuck in ‘Limbo’ Press Lawmakers on Anniversary of DACA
By Ellen M. Gilmer and Mia McCarthy

NPR As DACA turns 10, some recipients are split between celebration and frustration
By Mary Louise Kelly, Alejandra Marquez Janse and Patrick Jarenwattananon

LA Times No deportation protection. No work permit. On DACA’s 10th anniversary, thousands left behind
By Cindy Carcamo, Andrea Castillo, and Jeong Park

CBS News 10 years later, DACA program for 600,000 "Dreamers" remains in legal peril
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

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

Al-Jazeera DACA 10 years on: ‘Dreamers’ futures still uncertain
By Al-Jazeera Staff