Daily Immigration News Clips – November 22, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 22, 2022.


Bloomberg Tech Layoffs Send H-1B Visa Holders Scrambling for New Jobs
By Sinduja Rangarajan, Brody Ford, Katrina Manson

NPR Dozens of Haitian migrants were rescued while trying to reach the Florida Keys

Law 360 DHS Urged To Fix Immigration Fingerprint Appointments
By Rae Ann Varona

Reuters Long detention doesn't warrant bond hearing for immigrants, U.S. court rules
By Daniel Wiessner

Federal News Network Federal appeals court latest stop for immigration judges union to get recertified
By Jory Heckman

Slate Republican Talking Points Are Obscuring the Real Drug Crisis
By Mary Harris

Reuters Mexico detains more than 16,000 foreign migrants in four days

Forbes (Op-Ed) State Department Defends Visa Wait Times
By Stuart Anderson


KSUT Dreamers call for immigration reform before Republicans take control in Congress
By Shannon Young

The Philadelphia Inquirer Second bus carrying immigrants arrives in Philadelphia from Texas, sent by Gov. Greg Abbott
By Jeff Gammage, Ximena Conde

WGN Chicago What’s next for the migrants who were bused to Chicago?
By Lourdes Duarte

Mass Live Gov. Baker wants asylum seekers to be allowed to work, calls for immigration reform
By Alison Kuznitz

NBC Philadelphia Another Busload of Asylum Seekers Welcomed in Philly After Traveling From Texas
By NBC10 Staff