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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 16, 2021.
NBC News Advocates to Democrats: Build Back Better by giving the undocumented green cards
By Suzanne Gamboa
Vox Democrats are set to leave immigrants in the lurch again
By Nicole Narea
The New York Times Unauthorized Migration Across the Mexico-U.S. Border Slips
By Miriam Jordan
The Washington Post The Trump-era politicization of the pandemic that still benefits Joe Biden
CBS News Migrant arrests along U.S.-Mexico border decrease for third consecutive month
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez
Axios Biden's new border problem: Nations won't take back migrants
By Stef W. Kight
Los Angeles Times ‘When will we get out?’ Parents plead with California son to help them flee Afghanistan
By Anita Chabria
The Boston Globe (Op-Ed) Why recently arrived Haitian migrants need state assistance
By Marcela Garcia
Forbes (Op-Ed) Could U.S. Immigration Help Solve Need To Recruit 1 Million New Truck Drivers Over Next Decade?
By Andy J. Semotiuk
Metrowest Daily News H-1B visas in limbo amidst COVID-19 and lingering immigration policies
By Chloe Liu
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