Daily Immigration News Clips – May 27, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 27, 2021.

National

The Marshall Project Strict Border Enforcement Policies Put Migrants in Harm’s Way. Title 42 Is No Exception.
By Andrew Calderon and Isabela Dias

The Hill The Memo: Biden feels the heat from all sides on immigration
By Niall Stanage

Bloomberg Law Biden USCIS Nominee Sets Goals for Agency Solvency, Backlogs (1)
By Genevieve Douglas

Law 360 Biden Pick To Lead USCIS Vows To Address Visa Backlogs

The Washington Post Biden administration leaves Homeland Security budget flat despite border surge
By Nick Miroff

The Hill DHS chief expects 'significant changes' after ICE review
By John Bowden

The Hill Biden official defends Trump-era immigration policy
By Rebecca Beitsch

The Wall Street Journal Biden Administration Taps Private Sector to Invest in Central America
By Tarini Parti

Axios Distant migrants now targeting U.S.-Mexico border
By Stef W. Kight

New York Magazine When Will Congress Move on Biden’s Agenda?
By Ed Kilgore

CNN Pentagon examining how to evacuate thousands who worked for US from Afghanistan
By Barbara Starr and Kylie Atwood

The Guardian Low-income US immigrants feared seeking benefits during pandemic – report
By Alexandra Villarreal

The Washington Post (Opinion) It’s crunch time for Biden
By E.J. Dionne Jr.

Slate (Op-Ed) The Immigration Debate Still Has a Willie Horton Problem
By Alina Das

Truthout (Op-Ed) Reunification Stories Gloss Over Continuing Family Separation and Deportation
By Wendy Kozol and Rachel Ida Buff

Local

Courier and Press (Op-Ed) Viewpoint: Senators, keep Indiana in mind on immigration bill votes
By Christie Popp

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) A Trump-era pandemic policy is undermining public health at the border. Biden must end it
By Psyche Calderon, Hannah Janeway and Ronica Mukerjee

Des Moines Register (Op-Ed) Immigration is bringing new life to the Heartland — and Des Moines leads the way
By Ross DeVol and Joel Kotkin