Daily Immigration News Clips – October 13, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 13, 2022.


CBS News U.S. to allow 24,000 Venezuelan migrants with sponsors to enter legally, while expelling others
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Law 360 Report Finds 'Grievous Flaw' In New Asylum System
By Micah Danney

WSJ U.S. to Issue Maximum Number of Visas Allowed for Seasonal Workers
By Michelle Hackman

CNN Biden admin to roll out plan to manage flow of Venezuelan migrants
By Priscilla Alvarez

Washington Examiner Senate Democrats courting 10 Republicans to legalize DACA in lame-duck session
By Anna Giaritelli

Bloomberg Second Circuit Rules on Immigrant’s Appeal Despite Venue Problem
By Bernie Pazanowski

New York Times Biden Administration to Offer Thousands of Venezuelan Migrants Legal Path Into U.S.
By Eileen Sullivan, Zolan Kanno-Youngs

LA Times U.S. to allow some Venezuelan migrants to enter and stay for two years
By Hamed Aleaziz

San Diego Tribune Biden’s marijuana pardon not likely to help many immigrants with deportation cases
By Kate Morrissey

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Challenges that young immigrants face with U.S. public schools
By Valerie Strauss

Yes! Magazine (Op-Ed) What My Green Card Love Story Taught Me About Immigration
By Jordan Arellano


WGBH Massachusetts may have to rely more on immigrants as it faces a shortage of skilled labor
By Kirk Carapezza

WITF Nearly $1 million awarded to Pennsylvania groups helping immigrants become citizens
By Anthony Orozco

Texas Tribune U.S. will begin turning many Venezuelan migrants back to Mexico
By William Melhado

Las Vegas Sun Cortez Masto calls out those ‘playing politics’ with the lives of Nevada’s ‘Dreamers’
By Casey Harrison