Daily Immigration News Clips – November 12, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 12, 2021.

National

Politico Dems to White House: The only prescription is more Biden
By Laura Barron-Lopez

The Hill GOP strategy on spending bill: Make Dems take tough votes
By Jordain Carney

The Nation The Democratic Party’s “Failed Promises” to Immigrants
By Aida Chavez

Associated Press Migrant march dwindles in southern Mexico

Reuters Migrant kids, some U.S.-born, endure hardship in Mexico border camp
By Lizbeth Diaz

Associated Press U.S. urges citizens to leave Haiti amid deepening turmoil, gasoline shortage
By Evens Sanon

The Washington Post Border crossings by Haitian migrants plunged in October, CBP data show
By Nick Miroff

The Wall Street Journal Haiti Slides Deeper Into Chaos a Month After Missionaries’ Kidnapping
By Juan Montes

The Hill US citizens urged to leave Haiti
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Number of Haitian immigrants attempting to cross into US plummets: report
By Rafael Bernal

Associated Press Families still find slow going in immigration courts, not the fast docket planned

The Hill Record number of immigrants funneled into alternative detention programs
By Chris Mills Rodrigo

CNBC U.S. moves to speed up deportation proceedings for unauthorized migrants who were not processed
By Annika Kim Constantino

The Hill DHS cites arrival of Afghan evacuees, COVID measures as potential motivators for extremists
By Rebecca Beitsch

Newsweek (Op-Ed) Support Dreamers' Futures via the Reconciliation Bill
By Tony Allen and Brian Sandoval

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Have Democrats reached the limits of White appeasement politics?
By Perry Beacon Jr.

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Think Democrats can’t talk about race effectively? Biden shows why that’s wrong.
By Magdi Semrau

Local

El Semanario (CO, NM) Voters don't live on promises alone
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

Telemundo Demandan al Gobierno por las demoras en el procesamiento de permisos de trabajo

Al Dia News Sen. Alex Padilla leads the push to pass a bill preventing the deportation of noncitizen veterans
By Brittany Valentine

The Arizona Republic (Op-Ed) Sen. Kyrsten Sinema better not expect a participation trophy if immigrant measure passes
By Elvia Diaz