Daily Immigration News Clips – November 5, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 5, 2021.


New York Times House Democrats Hunt for Votes to Pass Biden’s Domestic Agenda
By Emily Cochrane and Jonathan Weisman

Wall Street Journal What’s in House Democrats’ $1.85 Trillion Budget Reconciliation Bill
By Andrew Duehren, Stephanie Armour and Richard Rubin

NPR Democrats are making a 3rd attempt at immigration reform using a social spending bill
By Claudia Grisales

Roll Call Progressives press for citizenship path as window closes
By Suzanne Monyak and Caroline Simon

CNN Democrats place all bets on third attempt to include immigration in economic bill
By Daniella Diaz and Priscilla Alvarez

The Hill Immigration holdouts stage last-ditch effort to get green cards in reconciliation
By Rafael Bernal

Bloomberg Key Democrats Soften on Push to Expand Immigration in Biden Bill
By Ellen M. Gilmer

Boston Globe As negotiations on Democrats’ social spending bill draw to a close, they tackle a final thorny issue: immigration
By Jazmine Ulloa

The Hill Two injured after clash between migrants, Mexico National Guard
By Lexi Lonas

Fox News Cruz, Stefanik demand Biden admin enforce immigration laws as new caravan embarks for border
By Andrew Mark Miller

USA Today 'We are still waiting.' Immigration, voting rights activists disappointed in Kamala Harris
By Matthew Brown

BuzzFeed News Immigration Attorneys Say They Won’t Be Complicit In The Biden Administration’s Relaunched "Remain In Mexico" Program
By Adolfo Flores

CNN I'm living every day, not knowing if I really have a future in this country (Op-Ed)
By Neeraj Gautam


Chicago Sun Times Rep. Jesus ‘Chuy’ Garcia’s uphill House battle for immigration plans in Biden’s Build Back Better bill
By Lynn Sweet

Florida Times-Union (Florida) DeSantis puts Jacksonville homicide suspect at center of immigration debate
By Dan Scanlan