Daily Immigration News Clips – September 14, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 14, 2021.


Politico Dems bet their political chips on party-line immigration reform
By Marianne Levine and Sabrina Rodriguez

The Hill Senate parliamentarian pushes Democrats for more details on immigration plan
By Jordain Carney

Bloomberg House Panel Backs Legal Path for Some Undocumented Immigrants
By Jarrell Dillard

Truthout Ocasio-Cortez Says $3.5T Bill Is an Opportunity to Provide Immigrants Refuge
By Sharon Chang

The Hill Biden expands program to legally bring Central American minors to US
By Rafael Bernal

CBS News Biden reopens program that allows Central American children to come to the U.S. legally
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Border Report Only on 9: Enrollment for Central American Minors program reopens, White House officials say
By Erin Coulehan

Associated Press US steps up effort to unite families separated under Trump
By Ben Fox

The Hill Biden administration expanding efforts to reunite separated migrant families
By Rebecca Beitsch

The Hill Migrant apprehensions slowing at southwest border: report
By Rafael Bernal

USA Today Analysis: Proposed Texas-Mexico border wall draped in legal, ethical concerns and politics
By Rick Jervis

The World Colorado joins handful of states that give financial aid to undocumented college students
By Stephanie Daniel

NPR 1,500 Miles From The Southern Border, Immigration Fight Disrupts Michigan Town
By Brett Dahlberg


Charleston Gazette Mail (Opinion) Immigrants can help regrow WV's population
By Rick Wilson

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Undocumented Californians have a lot to lose, but they can’t sway the recall
By Jose Antonio Vargas

San Diego Union-Tribune (Op-Ed) I became a U.S. citizen thanks to this little-known federal program
By Yatta Kiazolu