Daily Immigration News Clips – September 10, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 10, 2021.


The Hill Analysis: More than 10 million in US live with an undocumented immigrant
By Rafael Bernal

USA Today Could sweeping changes be coming to immigration laws? Advocates hope budget bill is the answer
By Rebecca Morin

Reuters Explainer: U.S. Senate referee in spotlight as Democrats pursue major spending
By Susan Cornwell

Roll Call Ahead of midterms, Democrats feel pressure to pass citizenship
By Suzanne Monyak

The Hill Majority in new poll backs Manchin 'pause' on $3.5T spending plan
By Jordan Williams

Reuters U.S. extends deportation relief for immigrants from 6 countries
By Ted Hesson and Mica Rosenberg

NPR Support For Resettling Afghan Refugees In The U.S. Is Broad — But Has Limits
By Joel Rose

The Hill Immigrants stepped up during the pandemic — we must do the same for them
By Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-NY) and Murad Awawdeh

MSNBC Afghan refugees are winning over the GOP's anti-immigrant instincts
By Hayes Brown

Newsweek The Build Back Better Plan is a Win for America's Home Care Workers |
By Mary Kay Henry


Miami Herald HS extends Temporary Protected Status for Haitians, Central Americans and others
By Kevin G Hall and Jaqueline Charles

KJZZ (Arizona) Arizona Groups Push For Immigration Reform In Reconciliation Bill
By Matthew Casey

KDVR (Denver) Colorado lawmakers push for immigration reform in massive federal spending plan
By Gabrielle Franklin

Colorado Politics Colorado policymakers join other Democrats calling for looser immigration policy
By Joey Bunch

Arizona Republic Senate parliamentarian OK or not, Democrats should include immigration reform in budget bill
By Elvia Díaz