Daily Immigration News Clips – June 7, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 7, 2022.


Reuters Migrant caravan in Mexico heads for U.S. border as Americas Summit starts
By Jose Torres and Lizbeth Diaz

Axios Tech urges DHS to let foreign-born workers' kids stay in U.S. past 21
By Margaret Harding McGill

Bloomberg Law Ukraine Migration Maps ‘What’s Possible’ for Climate Displaced
By Jennifer Hijazi

Associated Press Migrant caravan sets out for the U.S. border from southern Mexico
By Edgar H. Clemente

Al Jazeera US-bound migrant caravan leaves southern Mexico

CNN Harris' tough task addressing migration to the southern border not getting any easier one year later
By Jasmine Wright and Priscilla Alvarez

Forbes (Op-Ed) Critics Of Immigration Have Been Wrong For 100 Years
By Stuart Anderson

NBC News (Op-Ed) We need to focus on the real fight against 'great replacement' theory
By Zeeshan Aleem


Texas Tribune A Salvadoran woman in Texas has waited more than 20 years to reunite with her son. A lawsuit could keep them separated.
By Uriel J. Garcia

Spectrum News DACA 10th anniversary: Recipients call for immigration reform
By Jesse Canales

Dallas Morning News After Uvalde shooting, some say fixation on border security obscures more urgent threats