Daily Immigration News Clips – September 15, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 15, 2021.

National

Reuters U-visa applicants can sue over processing delays - 6th Circuit
By Daniel Wiessner

Axios By the numbers: Speeding border asylum cases
By Stef W. Kight

NPR Stuck In Afghanistan, Interpreter Now Regrets Working For The U.S. Military
By Rachel Martin

The Hill House panel advances immigration language for reconciliation bill
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Schumer urges Democrats to unify amid divisions on Biden spending plan
By Jordain Carney

Border Report Democrats pitch economic benefits of legalizing 8 million undocumented immigrants
By Julian Resendiz

Fox News Senate awaits ruling on Dem plan to pass immigration in reconciliation, circumventing GOP
By Tyler Olson

The American Independent New poll shows voters aren't buying GOP attacks on Biden's 'Build Back Better' plan
By Josh Israel

Associated Press Trump aides aim to build GOP opposition to Afghan refugees
By Jill Colvin

The Hill Second senior official leaving DHS in a week
By Mychael Schnell

The Washington Post U.S. will require most new immigrants to get coronavirus vaccine
By Bryan Pietsch

Local

Arizona Public Media 'Dreamers' wait as Congressional Democrats push for an immigration reform measure
By Alisa Reznick

Florida Politics Ex-Republican rainmaker Mike Fernandez, Val Demings join calls for immigration reform
By Scott Powers

WLNS-TV Dems’ hopes on immigration bill rest with parliamentarian

KTSM 9 News Congresswoman Escobar explains how immigration reform could bolster economic recovery
By Erin Coulehan

The Arizona Republic (Opinion) Biden mandates COVID-19 vaccines for American workers but gives border crossers a pass?
By Laurie Roberts

The Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Failing to address immigration undermines the Border Patrol’s ability to address real threats
By David Aguilar