Daily Immigration News Clips – September 1, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 1, 2022.


CNN The first bus carrying migrants from the US-Mexico border in Texas arrives in Chicago, officials say
By Travis Caldwell, Andy Rose, Omar Jimenez

CBS News The facts behind the high number of migrants arriving at the border under Biden
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Forbes USCIS Trying To Speed Up While Immigrant Cases Remain Bogged Down
By Andy J. Semotiuk

Roll Call Klobuchar, Murkowski raise concerns over work permit delays
By Suzanne Monyak

Reuters Texas governor buses migrants to Chicago amid border security dispute
By Ted Hesson

Forbes Foreign Immigration Could Relieve U.S. Trucker Shortage
By Andy J. Semotiuk

Border Report Migrant crisis stretching resources thin in Mexican border cities
By Julian Resendiz

The Geopolitics (Op-Ed) Remain in Mexico Ending, Missing in Mexico Remains
By Ana Lorena Delgadillo, Rev. Mary Katherine Morn

New York Times (Op-Ed) School Is for Hope
By Gabrielle Oliviera

Forbes (Op-Ed) Immigrant Hari Balakrishnan Has Made Roads Safer For Drivers
By Stuart Anderson


Source NM Brazilian asylum-seeker who died by suicide held in ‘horrific conditions,’ attorneys say
By Austin Fisher

Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott’s migrant busing program costs Texas $12 million
By Pooja Salhotra

Bay State Banner Dip in immigration seen driving U.S. inflation
By Jenny Manrique

Dallas Morning News ‘It’s time to revisit our asylum system,’ immigration analyst says
By Dianne Solis

Philadelphia Inquirer (Op-Ed) Biden must adopt a pro-immigrant vision of America
By Andy Hang