Daily Immigration News Clips – October 8, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 8, 2021.


Mother Jones The Heartbreaking Work of Resettling Afghan Refugees When You’ve Been an Afghan Refugee

The Washington Post ‘People will always come’: Inside a Haitian’s journey without end
By Arelis R. Hernández and Whitney Leaming

Reuters Migrants' hopes dashed by surprise deportation to Haiti from U.S. border
By Daina Beth Solomon

The Hill Biden administration knew in July that thousands of Haitians were headed toward border: report
By Sarakshi Rai

Roll Call Former Haitian envoy says deportations ‘not the answer’
By Suzanne Monyak

PBS Newshour Deportation to turmoiled Haiti an act of ‘violence’ against migrants, advocate says
By Yamiche Alcindor

CNBC Former U.S. envoy to Haiti says he quit after learning on the news about deportations
By Annika Kim Constantino

The New York Times With Biden Agenda at Stake, Activists Target Sinema, Dividing Democrats
By Luke Broadwater

The Hill Abbott appeals denial of federal emergency declaration at the border
By Monique Beals

Associated Press Mexico and US prepare new security framework
By Christopher Sherman

Los Angeles Times Biden administration is expected to enter a new security agreement with Mexico
By Tracy Wilkinson and Cecilia Sanchez

The New York Times (Opinion) David Shor Is Telling Democrats What They Don’t Want to Hear
By Ezra Klein

The New York Times (Opinion) The Enduring Importance of the 1965 Immigration Act
By Jay Caspian Kang

The New York Times (Opinion) Very Disturbing Things, Deep in the Heart of Texas
By Frank Bruni

MSNBC (Opinion) Biden needs to please Democrats, not Republicans, on immigration
By Hayes Brown

The Hill (Op-Ed) A future in limbo: Why Congress must act on DACA now
By Fernando Chang-Muy

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) Biden's abusive and incoherent approach to Haitian migrants is all-too familiar
By Rachel Gore Freed and Joshua Leach