Daily Immigration News Clips – November 11, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 11, 2021.


The Hill Biden administration settles with spouses of immigrant visa holders, clearing them for work
By Mychael Schnell

The Wall Street Journal Thousands of Spouses of H-1B and L-1 Visa Holders Cleared to Work After Immigration Settlement
By Michelle Hackman

Law360 Foreign Workers’ Spouses Ink Deal In Suit Over Work Permits
By Mike LaSusa

Times of India It’s final: Work gaps for spouses holding L-2 and H-4 visas will be history
By Lubna Kably

Axios Democratic senators push bill to halt deportations of U.S. veterans
By Russell Contreras

CBS News Slow pace of investigation into mounted border agents frustrates officers and activists
By Nicole Sganga

San Diego Union Tribune Attorney groups call for investigation into delays processing humanitarian requests to enter U.S.
By Kate Morrissey

Time The Rate of Successful Asylum Cases Shot Up This Year. But That's Probably Not Due to Biden
By Jasmine Aguilera

Courthouse News Service Wells Fargo can’t dodge immigrant discrimination class action
By Nicholas Iovino

Forbes (Op-Ed) USCIS Settlement Is Good News For L-1 And H-1B Visa Spouses
By Stuart Anderson

Miami Herald (Op-Ed) Florida and US must end disgraceful discrimination and violence against Black immigrants
By Katie Blankenship and Rebecca Talbot


The Salt Lake Tribune How this Utah Dreamer responds to the ongoing legal challenges to the immigration program
By Juan Rios

KTAR News Sen. Kyrsten Sinema supports adding immigration policies to spending bill
By Griselda Zetino

WATE News Woman sues Knox County over arrest, controversial immigration program
By Caleb Wethington