Daily Immigration News Clips – September 14, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 14, 2022.

National

NBC News Migrant surge overwhelms Border Patrol and shelters in El Paso
By Julia Ainsley

Yahoo News After 10 years of DACA, Dreamers still live in legal limbo
By Mike Bebernes

Washington Post Advocacy groups say Fairfax is not doing enough to curb deportations
By Antonio Olivo

The Hill Boston mayor challenges census count, saying college students and immigrants were undercounted
By Jared Gans

The Hill Democratic senators call on ICE to stop use of ‘Orwellian’ facial recognition, surveillance
By Jared Gans

The Hill Chicago mayor: Migrants bused from Texas treated with lack of respect, dignity
By Zach Schonfeld

Border Report GOP campaign ads warning of ‘invasion’ are racist, activists say
By Julian Resendiz

The Hill Progressive groups call on Democrats to lean in on immigration
By Rafael Bernal

The Center Square Border chief directs agents to release foreign nationals en masse into U.S. when Title 42 ends
By Bethany Blankley

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) Busing migrants from the border is a blessing, not a punishment
By Jeff Jacoby

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Column: How Biden can do right by undocumented Americans
By Jean Guerrero

Local

Florida Phoenix ACLU, civil rights groups, allege abuses against immigrant detainees in North Florida jail
By Michael Moline

KNWA NWA Documented Dreamer hopes for immigration system fix
By Anna Darling

Gothamist NYC should expand rental assistance program to include undocumented immigrants, advocates urge City Hall
By Chau Lam

Atlanta Journal-Constitution ‘On the cusp of a crisis:’ Migrants make their way to Atlanta from border
By Lautaro Grinspan