Daily Immigration News Clips – May 26, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 26, 2022.

National

WSJ Applicants for U.S. Citizenship Sue Government After Being Left in Limbo for Two Years
By Michelle Hackman

The Hill DHS secretary warns immigrants not to come to US amid ‘historic levels’ at border
By Monique Beals

Roll Call Senate Republicans still want vote on border expulsion policy
By Caroline Simon

New Yorker Will an Emergency Law Used to Keep Out Migrants Become Permanent?
By Rachel Monroe

Reuters Migrants at U.S. border despair over asylum rule

Axios Tens of thousands of migrants waiting on U.S. doorstep
By Stef Knight
May 25, 2022

Associated Press Report: Mexico’s immigration enforcement relies heavily on military

Washington Post How ‘great replacement’ theory led to the Buffalo mass shooting
By Michael Feola

ABC News For Border Patrol agents, responding to the Texas school shooting was personal
By Mireya Villarreal, Luke Barr, and Aaron Katersky

Forbes (Op-Ed) Refugees Make America Better Off
By Stuart Anderson

Washington Post (Op-Ed) What the U.S. military needs is an infusion of immigrants
By Margaret Stock

Local

Missoulian (Op-Ed) Standing up for human rights, and America’s battered asylum process
By Randall Caudle

Seattle Times (Op-Ed) Legal immigration reform is the answer, not Title 42
By Editorial Board