Daily Immigration News Clips – June 3, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 3, 2022.

National

Yahoo Finance Google exec: Resolving green card backlog 'absolutely critical' to maintaining US tech leadership
By Akiko Fujita

New York Times Magazine They Fled Danger for New York. When Will Their New Lives Start?
By Lauren Hilgers

Los Angeles Times Latin American immigrants will raise protests at Summit of the Americas in L.A.
By Soudi Jiménez
  
Fox News DHS chief Mayorkas approves border wall projects to fill gaps, replace gates
By Adam Shaw

CNN NY prosecutors are moving closer to charging Steve Bannon in border wall effort Trump pardoned him for
By Zachary Cohen, Kara Scannell and Paula Reid

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The GOP’s immigration paranoia is harming national security
By Josh Rogin

Atlantic (Op-Ed) No, Ann Coulter, I Am Not Responsible for the ‘Great Replacement’ Theory
By Ronald Brownstein

Local

KTRK Dreamers hold hope as DACA lawsuit heads to 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
By Nancy Vazquez

KGTV Immigration rights activist calls for change following Haitian migrant deaths
By Marie Coronel

Maine Public Radio Mills calls for federal immigration reform, pledges to work with cities on asylum seekers
By Kevin Miller

Latino Los Angeles (Op-Ed) With or without Title 42, migrants continue to risk it all
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres