Daily Immigration News Clips – September 22, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 22, 2022.

National

Buzzfeed News Border Agents Keep Sending Immigrants To Wrong Addresses With Little Regard For How It Could Affect Their Court Cases, Advocates Say
By Adolfo Flores

Roll Call Record pace for green cards won’t last without congressional action
By Suzanne Monyak

Bloomberg Government Immigration Politics Bog Down Humanitarian Funds for Migrants
By Ellen Gilmer

CBS News U.S. to restart immigrant visa processing in Cuba in 2023 to discourage illegal migration
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

CNN US humanitarian program for Central American children is slow moving under Biden, report finds
By Geneva Sands

The Intercept Ron DeSantis Chartered Planes From GOP-Allied Donor to Fly Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard
By Ken Klippenstein

NPR How mass migrant crossings are impacting the small border town of Rio Grande City
By Ari Shapiro

Documented A Family Separated by Borders Reels From a Tragedy at a Queens Shelter
By Giulia Mcdonnell Nieto Del Rio, Rommel H. Ojeda

The Hill GOP ‘stunts’ with migrants sweep up those fleeing regimes they denounce
By Rebecca Beitsch

Forbes Two Thirds Of Republicans Support Sending Migrants To Liberal Areas, Poll Suggests
By Nicholas Reimann

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Forget the cruel stunts. What should we actually do about immigration?
By Paul Waldman

Local

Miami Herald Operatives linked to DeSantis promised to fly migrants to Delaware — but left them stranded
By Sarah Blaskey, Nicholas Nehamas

Boston Globe Lawyers for migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard seeking nationwide injunction against Florida Governor DeSantis to halt further transfers
By Travis Andersen, Nick Stoico

Seacoastonline (Op-Ed) The Observer: Welcoming America's newest immigrants
By Ron McAllister