Daily Immigration News Clips – September 2, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 2, 2021.

National

GovExec Justice Dept. Continues to Insist Immigration Judges Union is ‘Defunct,’ Despite Moving to Nullify Decertification Decision
By Erich Wagner

The Washington Post For Afghan evacuees arriving to U.S., a tenuous legal status and little financial support
By Nick Miroff

The Wall Street Journal Majority of Interpreters, Other U.S. Visa Applicants Were Left Behind in Afghanistan
By Jessica Donati

Politico 'Majority' of Afghan SIVs left behind, State Dept. official estimates
By Alexander Ward

The Hill GOP senators call on Biden to release info on Americans, visa applicants left in Afghanistan
By Mychael Schnell

The Hill Almost 24,000 Afghans have entered US since Kabul airlift began
By Jordan Williams

TheWrap Tucker Carlson Wonders if Afghan Refugees Are Part of a Democratic Plot to Steal Elections (Video)
By Ross A. Lincoln

The New York Times A Sanctuary Takes Shape, Framed Around Migrants
By Alastair Gordon

Axios Exclusive: Government can't reach one-in-three released migrant kids
By Stef W. Kight

National Geographic Stuck at the border, migrant mothers confront a complex maze
By Nina Strochlic

The Atlantic (Opinion) Let the States Sort Out Immigration
By Jonathan Rauch

Forbes (Opinion) Learn The Lessons Of Vietnam To Help Afghan Refugees
By Stuart Anderson

Local

Times of San Diego ACLU Asks Court to Reinstate Order for Asylum Seekers’ Access to Legal Counsel
By Elizabeth Ireland

The Arizona Republic How this street art project is calling for a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants
By Clara Migoya

The Sacramento Bee Larry Elder campaign ramps up efforts to attract Latino voters in California recall
By Kim Bojorquez

Houston Chronicle (Editorial) Afghan heroes are arriving in Houston. Here's what they need most.

Daily Herald (Op-Ed) DACA's fragility undermines the future of immigrant children: we need permanent immigration reform
By Kevin Sampson

Bakersfield.com (Op-Ed) Valley legislators: Stand with immigrant communities
By Nestor Chavez and Randy Villegas