Daily Immigration News Clips – June 8, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 8, 2021.

National

Associated Press Harris turns focus to Mexico on trip to address migration
By Alexandra Jaffe

Associated Press 'Do not come': Harris seeks 'hope at home' for Guatemalans
By Alexandra Jaffe

The New York Times In Guatemala, Harris Tells Undocumented to Stay Away From U.S. Border
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

The Washington Post Harris arrives in Guatemala to tackle migration causes
By Cleve R. Wootson Jr. and Kevin Sieff

Politico Harris' blunt message in Guatemala: 'Do not come' to U.S.
By Sabrina Rodriguez

The Hill Harris tells migrants: 'Do not come, do not come'
By Morgan Chalfant and Rafael Bernal

Los Angeles Times In Guatemala, Harris tells would-be migrants to U.S., ‘You will be turned back’
By Noah Bierman and Tracy Wilkinson

NBC News Harris in Guatemala to address migration issue as Biden administration faces pressure to act

Associated Press Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status
By Mark Sherman

The New York Times Supreme Court Rules Against Immigrants Seeking Green Cards
By Adam Liptak

The Washington Post Supreme Court unanimously backs limits on immigrants with temporary protected status seeking green cards
By Robert Barnes

The Wall Street Journal Supreme Court Says Protected Noncitizens Who Entered U.S. Unlawfully Can’t Get Green Cards
By Jess Bravin

The Hill Supreme Court rules against permanent residency for some immigrants
By John Kruzel

Los Angeles Times Supreme Court says TPS recipients who arrived illegally have no right to green card
By David G. Savage

Roll Call Supreme Court limits green card path for TPS holders
By Suzanne Monyak

USA Today Supreme Court: Immigrant who entered country illegally can't get a green card because of TPS program
By John Fritze

ABC News Supreme Court: No green card for TPS holders after illegal entry
By Devin Dwyer

NPR As Temporary Protected Status Shifts, One Activist Deals With Uncertainty
By Michael Zamora, Anjuli Sastry, Diba Mohtasham, and Julia Furlan

Associated Press US identifies 3,900 children separated at border under Trump
By Elliot Spagat

Politico At least 3,900 children separated from families under Trump ‘zero tolerance’ policy, task force finds
By Myah Ward

The Hill Report: Nearly 4,000 children separated from parents at border under Trump
By Joseph Choi

CBS News U.S. doesn't know whether 2,100 migrant children have been reunited with their parents, DHS says
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

NBC News More than 2,100 children separated at border 'have not yet been reunified,' Biden task force says
By Jacob Soboroff

BuzzFeed News Biden's Task Force Identified More Than 3,900 Immigrant Children Who Were Separated From Their Families Under Trump
By Adolfo Flores

Associated Press Tearful reunion after mom saw photo of daughter at US border
By Acacia Coronado

CNN Biden task force prepares to reunite 29 migrant families separated at border under Trump
By Priscilla Alvarez

Associated Press US threatens legal action against Texas on shelter closures
By Adriana Gomez Licon

Roll Call Advocates chide Biden over ICE funding plan
By Caroline Simon

The Hill Senate filibuster fight throws Democrats' wish list into limbo
By Jordain Carney

Associated Press Deported veteran sues to get naturalization interview in US
By Amy Taxin

Religion News Service A refugee agency rebuilds its pipeline after Trump: 'We're starting from scratch'
By Emily McFarlan Miller 

The Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Judges, Immigrants and the Rule of Law

The Washington Post (Opinion) No room at the inn in Texas
By Catherine Rampell

The New York Times (Op-Ed) Guatemala Is America’s Best Chance to Fix the Immigration Problem
By Anita Isaacs and Jorge Morales Toj

The Hill (Op-Ed) Why Kamala Harris should push constructive disruption in Central America
By Dan Restrepo

The Hill (Op-Ed) Our biggest immigration challenge is balanced and rational policy
By J. Brian Atwood

Local

KPBS Supreme Court Rules Against Immigrants With Temporary Status Featuring Andrew Nietor

El Paso Matters (Opinion) The origin of U.S. immigration courts is stunning. They need to be overhauled
By Debbie Nathan