Daily Immigration News Clips – June 4, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 4, 2021.

National

Reuters 9th Circ rejects 'departure bar' to reopening deportation cases
By Daniel Wiessner

McClatchy Progressive activists sense a ‘sea change’ from Biden on immigration. Will it last?
By Alex Roarty

Associated Press US taps groups to pick asylum-seekers to allow into country
By Elliot Spagat and Julie Watson

The Washington Post Huge border influx brings fears of grim summer for migrant deaths
By Nick Miroff

Roll Call Legal verdict on Biden’s hold on border wall funds could come soon
By Paul M. Krawzak

Mother Jones One Family’s Escape From Trump’s Border Hell: A 130-Week Diary
By Fernanda Echavarri

HuffPost Biden Urged To Protect Central Americans From Deportation Over Climate, Violence Concerns
By Sarah Ruiz-Grossman

The Intercept "Nothing Is Changing": ICE Sends Detainees to Irwin Prison Despite Pledges to Close It
By John Washington and Jose Olivares

Vox The false promises of more immigration enforcement
By Nicole Narea

The Hill Human rights groups raise concerns about Harris's Latin America trip
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Top manufacturing group presses Congress to protect 'Dreamers'
By Karl Evers-Hillstrom

USA Today 'Areli Is a Dreamer' and other books help kids understand immigration, identity, belonging
By Pamela Avila

USA Today (Op-ed) Trump Expelled Refugees Against CDC Advice. As COVID Subsides, Why Won’t Biden Admit Them?
By Lindsay Harris and Sarah Sherman-Stokes

Univision (Opinion) Why corruption matters in Central America
By James D. Nealon, Eric L. Olson, and Kurt Alan Ver Beek

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) As Harris heads to Central America, it feels like déjà vu all over again on immigration
By James Fredrick

The Hill (Op-Ed) Immigrants need the safety that asylum can provide — not temporary work visas
By Rachel Micah-Jones

The Hill (Op-Ed) It's beyond time to protect DACA
By Adela de la Torre

Roll Call (Op-Ed) Sinema-Cornyn border proposal would hurt refugees. Congress should reject it
By Eleanor Acer, Karen Musalo, and Laura St. John

Local

Westword Immigration Lawyers Worried About Fast-Track Family Docket in Denver
By CONOR MCCORMICK-CAVANAGH

KTSM 9 White House one-on-one: The end of ‘remain in Mexico’
By Erin Coulehan

Anchorage Daily News (Op-ed) Calling on Alaska’s senators for immigration solutions that work
By Lara Nations