Daily Immigration News Clips – September 12, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 12, 2022.


Law 360 AILA Applauds Visa Push But Wants Lawmakers' Intervention
By Alyssa Aquino

The Hill DC, Chicago, NY lawmakers call for $50 million for bused migrants
By Rafael Bernal

VOA News Biden Administration to Remove 'Public Charge' Immigration Hurdles
By Aline Barros

Time Inside Migrants’ Journeys on Greg Abbott's Free Buses to Washington
By Jasmine Aguilera

NPR Schools are using COVID relief dollars to support immigrant students' mental health
By Ayesha Rascoe

Border Report Surge in Venezuelan nationals without U.S. sponsors driving migrant releases in El Paso
By Julian Resendiz

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The D.C. area is grateful for the migrants Texas is sending
By Gary Sampliner

Forbes (Op-Ed) Bad Russian Economy Provides Lessons For U.S. Trade And Immigration
By Stuart Anderson


WBUR Immigrant driver's license repeal effort will be on ballot this November
By Fausto Menard

KERA New immigration rules shouldn't discourage green card applicants from seeking help, advocates say
By Stella M. Chávez

Texas Tribune Washington, D.C., mayor declares public health emergency over Texas’ migrant busing
By Stephen Neukam

Chicago Tribune As more migrants are expected to arrive in Chicago, others wait in a Burr Ridge hotel for a final step: ‘I’m grateful but I also feel stuck here’
By Laura Rodríguez Presa, Shanzeh Ahmad, Zareen Syed

Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) An outdated immigration system is deporting U.S. citizens by proxy
By Tran Dang, Tony Payan

Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Faith leaders are showing Congress how to cooperate on immigration reform
By Bob Roberts Jr.