Daily Immigration News Clips – June 21, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 21, 2022.


Reason This Political Dissident Faces Death Threats if He Goes Back to Nicaragua. Why Was His Asylum Claim Denied?
By Fiona Harrigan

CNN Migrant rescues along US-Mexico border climb amid sweltering heat and high water levels
By Priscilla Alvarez

Border Report Shelter for Muslim migrants opens in Tijuana
By Salvador Rivera

Axios Border agents set new record amid historic migrant trends
By Stef W. Kight

Border Report Abbott says caravans are ‘disbanding’ but state still bracing for spike in illegal border crossings
By Sandra Sanchez


Pittsburgh City Paper Gisele Fetterman leads rally against Pittsburgh immigration court closure
By Ladimir Garcia

Austin-American Statesman Immigrant mothers can challenge rule letting unrelated adults, children mix in detention
By Chuck Lindell

Tucson Weekly A decade of DACA helped thousands in Arizona; advocates say more needed
By Daisy Gonzalez-Perez

Tampa Bay Times After 10 years of DACA, a Tampa Bay resident calls for permanent fix
By Juan Carlos Chavez

CBS 12 News Gov. DeSantis: 'We have a sanctuary federal government... and today Florida fights back'
By Lenny Cohen

WTTW Luis Gutierrez, Sen. Dick Durbin Form Organization to Modernize Immigration
By Erica Gunderson

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) This Father’s Day, don’t forget about those separated from their children

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) Ten years later, why are Dreamers still in purgatory?
By St. John Barned-Smith