Daily Immigration News Clips – September 20, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 20, 2022.

National

New York Times Criminal Investigation Is Opened After Migrant Flights to Martha’s Vineyard
By Edgar Sandoval, Eliza Fawcett

POLITICO Doubts rise over whether DeSantis had budget authority to fly migrants
By Gary Fineout

Bloomberg Controversial US Visa Draws Rich From China to India After Reset
By Blake Schmidt

LA Times Shut out of DACA, and traditional jobs, young immigrants start businesses to get ahead
By Cindy Carcamo

Law 360 Immigration Courts Are Closing 'Historic' Number Of Cases
By Alyssa Aquino

Washington Post U.S. arrests along Mexico border top 2 million a year for first time
By Nick Miroff

POLITICO Asylum seeker died by suicide in New York City homeless shelter, mayor says
By Erin Durkin

New York Times After Texas Sent Him to Washington, One Migrant Launches a New Life
By Miriam Jordan

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) The immigrants who were already on Martha’s Vineyard
By Marcela Garcia

Local

Arizona Luminaria Border Patrol has new orders not to trash Sikh turbans but isn’t sharing guidance publicly, advocates say
By John Washington

WLRN TPS for Central Americans expires soon. South Florida immigration advocates urge for their renewal
By Alyssa Ramos

Miami Herald Texas sheriff will investigate Florida flying Venezuelan migrants to Martha’s Vineyard
By Sarah Blaskey, Nicholas Nehamas

WBUR Immigration becomes hot topic in Mass. politics after migrants brought to Martha's Vineyard
By Anthony Brooks

Axios Seattle Delayed immigrant relief fund now accepting applications
By Melissa Santos

Press Herald Immigrants may hold a key to solving Maine’s labor shortage
By Hannah Laclaire