Daily Immigration News Clips – September 1, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 1, 2021.


The Wall Street Journal Afghan Interpreter Who Helped Rescue Biden in 2008 Left Behind After U.S. Exit
By Dion Nissenbaum

The Wall Street Journal Vietnamese-Americans Organize to Aid Afghan Refugees
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Politico White House chief of staff commits to evacuating Afghan interpreter who helped rescue Biden in 2008
By Quint Forgey

NBC News The U.S. military is gone. How are Afghans going to get out of Afghanistan now?
By Julia Ainsley and Dan De Luce

VICE News GOP Rep. Says Girls Could Be ‘Raped and Killed’ By Unvetted Afghan Refugees
By Cameron Joseph

The Washington Post For U.S. and Mexico, awkward first steps to restart Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’
By Nick Miroff and Mary Beth Sheridan

The Wall Street Journal In McAllen, Texas, Migrant Shelters Struggle as Covid-19 Containment Falls to Them
By Michelle Hackman

Politico Biden DOJ seeks to preserve border officials' power to turn away asylum seekers

The Washington Post (Editorial) Afghan refugees will know indifference, bigotry — and also kindness — in America. They will also make it better.

The Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Doing the Honorable Thing Divides the GOP
By William A. Galston

The Hill (Op-Ed) Miami-Dade needs citizenship now
By Daniella Levine Cava

Bloomberg Law (Op-Ed) Biden’s Asylum Process Proposal Could Cut Wait Times By Years
By Ediberto Roman


KJZZ This DACA Recipient Can't Afford College In Arizona, So He's Going To Harvard
By Rocio Hernandez

Portland Tribune Portland teacher put on leave following DACA renewal delays
By Sally Segar

Los Angeles Times Migrants? Unvaccinated people? Who’s fueling a COVID-19 surge on the border?
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Chicago Sun Times Community groups rally in the Loop, pushing for immigration reform
By Elvia Malagón

The Philadelphia Inquirer Accepting Afghan refugees is the latest issue dividing Pennsylvania Republicans
By Andrew Seidman

The Arizona Republic (Opinion) Texas voting law is yet another reason to pester Sen. Kyrsten Sinema over the filibuster
By Elvia Diaz