Daily Immigration News Clips – June 22, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 22, 2022.

National

Reuters Exclusive: Three migrants were kidnapped in Mexico. The U.S. had vowed to protect them
By Laura Gottesdiener, Daina Beth Solomon

Huffington Post Black Immigrant Domestic Workers Still Struggling As Pandemic Enters Third Year
By Sarah Ruiz-Grossman

Open Secrets Private prison industry shifts focus to immigrant detention centers, funding immigration hawks
By Dario McCarty

Washington Times EXCLUSIVE: DOJ engaged in 'court packing on steroids' with immigration judges
By Stephen Dinan

NPR 'Ghost flights' are the latest GOP effort to weaponize immigration ahead of midterms
By Joel Rose

Border Report REPORT: Texas paid $1,442 for each migrant bused from the border to D.C.
By Fernie Ortiz

Washington Post Virginia budget to move funding from DACA students to state’s HBCUs
By Danielle Douglas-Gabriel

The Guardian (Op-Ed) I was a border patrol agent. The experience was horrifying
By Jenn Budd

Local

Los Angeles Times A 9th Circuit panel tossed California’s ban on private immigration facilities. That could change on appeal
By Rebecca Schneid, Andrea Castillo

Dallas News Why Cubans arriving at Eagle Pass in new wave of immigration face few obstacles
By Dianne Solis

Fox59 Business leaders want more immigrants in Indiana to combat labor shortage
By Jacob Brubrink

Tennessean (Op-Ed) DACA celebrates its 10th anniversary, but Dreamers like me are still in limbo
By Cesar Rodriguez

San José Spotlight (Op-Ed) Making American visits and vacations possible for all travelers and families
By Elham Sadri