Daily Immigration News Clips – October 4, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 4, 2021.


The New York Times In Their Words: Haitian Immigrants in New York Describe Perilous Escape
By Pierre-Antoine Louis

The New York Times Perilous, Roadless Jungle Becomes a Path of Desperate Hope
By Julie Turkewitz, Natalie Kitroeff and Sofía Villamil

The Washington Post Haitian migrants thought Biden would welcome them. Now deported to Haiti, they have one mission: Leave again.
By Widlore Mérancourt, Anthony Faiola and Arelis R. Hernández

The Washington Post Most of the migrants in Del Rio, Tex., camp have been sent to Haiti or turned back to Mexico, DHS figures show
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Black immigrant groups file FOIA requests over treatment of Haitians
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill US official calls Haitian treatment of migrants an 'injustice'
By Jordan Williams

Los Angeles Times Haitians in Chile: Rough going for many prompts large-scale migration toward U.S.
By Patrick J. McDonnell and Jorge Poblete

CNN US immigration policies toward Haitians have long been racist, advocates say
By Harmeet Kaur

The Wall Street Journal Democratic Clashes Hold Up Biden’s Agenda After Rocky Month
By Catherine Lucey, Ken Thomas and Andrew Restuccia

Los Angeles Times Democrats contend with how to scale down Biden’s social safety net plan
By Jennifer Haberkorn and Nolan D. McCaskill

The New York Times Vietnamese Americans, Once Displaced Themselves, Mobilize to Help Afghans
By Madeline Ngo

The New York Times Military Bases Turn Into Small Cities as Afghans Wait Months for Homes in U.S.
By Miriam Jordan and Jennifer Steinhauer

The Washington Post The child migrant smugglers of Northern Mexico
By Kevin Sieff

The Hill Biden on track to beat Trump's record for fewest resettled refugees
By Rebecca Beitsch

The Washington Post (Editorial) The Biden administration sends mixed signals to undocumented migrants

The Wall Street Journal (Opinion) How to Stem Illegal Migration Flows
By Mary Anastasia O’Grady

The New York Times (Op-Ed) What America Owes Haitian Asylum Seekers
By Michael Posner

The Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) The War in Afghanistan Comes Home—Literally
By Amy Dowling

The Washington Post (LTE) Voters are demanding immigration solutions. We must provide them.
By Rebecca Shi


Tucson Sentinel Border officials can continue to expel migrant families under COVID restrictions, court rules
By Paul Ingram

News Channel 5 (Nashville) Hispanic Heritage Month: Nashville lawyer lives out his American dream by helping others reach theirs
By Olivia Michael

El Paso Times How the Haitian migrant crisis shows flaws of a US immigration system in disarray
By Lauren Villagran

Chicago Sun Times In Chicago, some DACA holders frustrated by renewal delays
By Elvia Malagon