Daily Immigration News Clips – September 15, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 15, 2022.


Reuters Exclusive: Biden urges Mexico to take migrants under COVID expulsion order he promised to end
By Ted Hesson, Dave Graham, Humeyra Pamuk

MedPage Today Changes Needed to Shore Up the Immigrant Healthcare Workforce, Senators Told
By Joyce Frieden

Law 360 DOJ Gives Attys More Leeway To Aid Migrants In Deportation
By Alyssa Aquino

CNN Gov. Ron DeSantis claims credit for sending 2 planes carrying migrants to Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts
By Amy Simonson, Priscilla Alvarez

USA Today Cubans, Haitians are fleeing to US in historic numbers. These crises are fueling migration.
By Rick Jervis

Border Report 4,000 asylum-seekers allowed to enter U.S. through San Diego in August
By Salvador Rivera

New York Times Florida Flies 2 Planeloads of Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard
By Patricia Mazzei, Remy Tumin, Eliza Fawcett

New York Times Adams Wants to Reassess a Shelter System ‘Nearing Its Breaking Point’
By Andy Newman

Center Square Five more Texas counties declare invasion at southern border, bringing total to 27
By Bethany Blankley

Forbes (Op-Ed) The Next News Could Be Bad News For DACA Recipients
By Stuart Anderson


KSTP ‘Immigration limbo’ finally over for local family, but visa backlog still impacting thousands
By Eric Rasmussen

San Diego Union-Tribune Complaint alleges Calexico immigration detention officials use solitary confinement as retaliation
By Kate Morrissey

San Fransisco Chronicle They were separated under Trump. Now a Bay Area family’s lawsuit could test whether the government will pay for the policy
By Bob Egelko

Boston Globe ‘No one was alerted on the island.’ Planeload of Venezuelan migrants lands on Martha’s Vineyard.
By Tonya Alan