Daily Immigration News Clips – October 12, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 12, 2021.


The New York Times ‘We Suffer While You Debate’: Many Fear Being Left Behind as Democrats Trim Spending Bill
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Jim Tankersley

The Wall Street Journal Mexican Officials Detain 652 Migrants in Trucks Near U.S. Border
By Juan Montes

The Hill Mexican authorities report finding more than 600 migrants in trucks near US border
By Jordan Williams

The Hill More than 100 Haitian migrants rescued from shipping container in Guatemala
By Mychael Schnell

The Hill US faces daunting task in relationship with Haiti
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Biden task force has reunited 52 families separated under Trump: report
By Mychael Schnell

The Washington Post A good summary of the Hispanic vote in the U.S. — with two caveats
By Philip Bump

The Washington Post Small nonprofits helping resettle Afghan evacuees say they need more foundation and government support
By Nicole Asbury

The New York Times At Mexico-U.S. Security Talks, Migration Question Is Largely Avoided
By Lara Jakes and Maria Abi-Habib

The New York Times (Opinion) Democrats, You’re in Danger
By Charles M. Blow

The New York Times (Opinion) How Democrats Can Save Themselves
By Ross Douthat

Forbes (Opinion) Immigrants And Green Cards: Immigration In A Reconciliation Bill
By Stuart Anderson

The Hill (Op-Ed) We can't abandon a nation of immigrants - that's why we're putting our votes on the line
By Reps. Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.), Jesus G. “Chuy” Garcia (D-ILL.), and Lou Correa (D-CALIF.)

The Hill (Op-Ed) It's time for Biden to eliminate one of Trump's worst immigration policies
By Joshua Leach


Chicago Sun Times ‘We are here to demand citizenship.’ Rally presses Congress and Biden to move on immigration reform.
By Sneha Dey

The Sacramento Bee California senator insists immigration reform still possible despite budget setback
By Gillian Brassil

Milwaukee Independent Statewide strike demands Congress ratify path to citizenship for immigrant essential workers

Arizona Mirror Immigration advocates shave heads to protest failure to pass citizenship for dreamers
By Laura Gomez

Chicago Sun Times (Editorial) Things are getting pathetic when a ‘Dreamer’ plays by the rules but still loses her status and gets fired

Orlando Sentinel (Op-Ed) Congress can end my fear of deportation by opening path to citizenship
By Julio Calderon