Daily Immigration News Clips – May 26, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 26, 2021.

National

Pro Publica “Shadow Wins”: How ICE Avoids Judicial Accountability by Quietly Releasing Immigrants Who Challenge Being Detained
By Dara Lind

Associated Press Many wait uneasily as Biden unwinds key Trump asylum policy
By Elliot Spagat

The Hill DHS whistleblowers blame Trump border policy for increased child detention
By Rebecca Beitsch

CBS News Migrant sisters recount crossing U.S. border alone while their mother stayed behind
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Washington Post Biden administration reins in street-level enforcement by ICE as officials try to refocus agency mission
By Nick Miroff and Maria Sacchetti

Slate Why Hasn’t Joe Biden Shut Down the Worst ICE Detention Facilities?
By Laila L. Hlass and Mary Yanik

The Hill Democrats start putting GOP on notice as patience runs thin
By Jordain Carney

Roll Call ‘Decimated’ refugee infrastructure threatens a key Biden promise
By Caroline Simon

The Hill Advocates fear DOJ contract would limit legal assistance to immigrants
By Rebecca Beitsch

Axios How immigration can power the future of America's heartland
By Worth Sparkman and Linh Ta

Ms. Magazine DHS Must Protect Immigrant Children Seeking Protection—Not Deport Them
By REKHA SHARMA-CRAWFORD

Local

Houston Public Media Report: 1 In 3 Low-Income Immigrant Families Opted Out Of Benefits In 2020, Citing Immigration Concerns
By Elizabeth Trovall

El Paso Times CBP to build new 'central processing' facility in El Paso to hold migrant families, children
By Lauren Villagran

Orlando Sentinel Central Florida advocates call for Rick Scott, Marco Rubio to back immigration bills
By Lisa Maria Garza

CalMatters Podcast: Alex Padilla says time is right for immigration bill
By Nigel Duara

CBS Miami Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Meets With Haitian Community Leaders In South Florida

Miami Herald DHS secretary makes unexpected visit to Miami after protecting Haitians from deportation
By Jacqueline Charles and Michael Wilner

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 21052633.