Daily Immigration News Clips – November 18, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 18, 2021.


The Hill Dems brace for score on massive Biden bill
By Mike Lillis, Naomi Jagoda, and Aris Folley

Associated Press Migrant camps grow in Mexico amid uncertainty on US policy
By Elliot Spagat

Associated Press Differences endure as Biden brings back North America summit
By Aamer Madhani, Rob Gillies, and Maria Verza

The New York Times At Summit, U.S., Canada and Mexico Will Address Migration
By Katie Rogers and Natalie Kitroeff

Los Angeles Times Biden and Mexico’s president are far apart on energy, but migration challenge could push that to the side
By Kate Linthicum and Chris Megerian

CBS News U.S. officials say border policy won't be focus of talks with Mexico at three-way summit, despite lingering issues
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez and Fin Gomez

CNN US considering sending some evacuees who don't pass vetting process back to Afghanistan
By Kylie Atwood and Jennifer Hansler

Roll Call GOP faces opportunity to take on immigration, if it wants
By Suzanne Monyak

Vox Why Biden is struggling to revive the US refugee program
By Nicole Narea

The Chronicle of Higher Education A Push to Bring Refugees to College
By Eric Hoover

Associated Press California asks review of order tossing ban on private jails
By Don Thompson

Univision New immigration policy could help some undocumented veterans seek naturalization

The Hill (Op-Ed) America needs visa reform to stay competitive
By Ahmed Mady


Spectrum News NY1 Democrats face mounting pressure to address immigration in Build Back Better bill
By Breanne Deppisch and Reena Diamante

The Nevada Independent Report quantifies immigrant contributions to Northern Nevada economy
By Jazmin Orozco Rodriguez

Houston Chronicle Beto O’Rourke’s border problem and how he aims to fix it as he runs for governor of Texas
By Jeremy Wallace