Daily Immigration News Clips – October 6, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 6, 2021.


USA Today 'We're ready': After issues in Del Rio, Mayorkas says DHS is prepared for additional groups of Haitian migrants
By Rebecca Morin

The Hill 92 legal scholars call on Harris to preside over Senate to include immigration in reconciliation
By Rafael Bernal

Associated Press US says record-low refugee admissions partly due to pandemic
By Julie Watson

The Hill Biden resettles fewer refugees than Trump in new record low
By Rebecca Beitsch

Roll Call Number of refugee resettlements hits new low
By Caroline Simon

Associated Press Court tosses ban on private immigration jails in California
By Elliot Spagat

The Wall Street Journal Federal Court Blocks California Law Banning Private Prisons
By Talal Ansari

Politico 9th Circuit blocks California law limiting private jails
By Josh Gerstein

ABC News 'Documented Dreamers' ask Congress to end self-deportation, family separation
By Devin Dwyer and Jason Kuang

Las Vegas Sun Las Vegas conference shines light on immigration reform
By Ricardo Torres-Cortez

Roll Call Lengthy processing times keep Indian green card seekers waiting
By Suzanne Monyak

USA Today (Opinion) Biden's new immigration policy will be as short-lived as those of his predecessors
By Louie Villalobos

Slate (Opinion) Why Has Biden Embraced One of Stephen Miller’s Cruelest Immigration Policies?
By Mekela Panditharatne

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Haiti is a source of refugees today, but it was once a haven for them
By Jesús G. Ruiz


NorthJersey.com United States cannot stop issuing visas during travel bans, federal judge rules
By Mary Ann Koruth

Los Angeles Times Court blocks California from banning privately run U.S. immigration detention centers
By Maura Dolan and Andrea Castillo

Austin American-Statesman Gov. Greg Abbott, 10 GOP governors to talk in South Texas about immigration policies
By John C. Moritz