Daily Immigration News Clips – November 24, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 24, 2021.

National

Politico Democratic staff met with the Senate rules referee on Tuesday on a path forward on immigration.
By Marianne LeVine and Laura Barrón-López

Bloomberg Government Immigrant Protections in Democrats’ Plan Inch Forward in Senate
By Ellen Gilmer

Axios Democrats get hopeful sign from parliamentarian on immigration
By Sophia Cai and Stef W. Kight

Punchbowl News Punchbowl News AM
By John Bresnahan, Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman

Associated Press Mexico breaks up second migrant march

The Washington Post Venezuelan migrants are new border challenge for Biden administration
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Support for Abbott's border policies ticks up in new survey
By Mychael Schnell

The New York Times Contending With the Pandemic, Wealthy Nations Wage Global Battle for Migrants
By Damien Cave and Christopher F. Schuetze

CBS News What should U.S. immigration policy be?
By Anthony Salvanto, Jennifer De Pinto, Fred Backus, Kabir Khanna

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) No one should have to wait years for the U.S. to consider their asylum claim
By Andrea Barron

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Continuing Trump’s pretext to block asylum claims, Biden defies the law and good politics
By Karen Musalo

Local

Arizona Mirror In lieu of path to citizenship, advocates cheer immigration reforms in spending bill
By Laura Gomez