Daily Immigration News Clips – September 23, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 23, 2022.


New York Times Bill to Grant Afghan Evacuees a Path to Residency Hits Snags
By Luke Broadwater

NPR A dramatic shift at the border as migrants converge on a remote corner of South Texas
By Joel Rose, Maria Penaloza

POLITICO Immigration groups on high alert as they await DeSantis’ next flight
By Matt Dixon

Roll Call Border politics threaten push to boost spending on migrant aid
By Suzanne Monyak

NPR Migration Policy Institute discusses which states shoulder the burden of immigration

New York Times A.C.L.U. Says Immigration Detention Facility Should Be Shut Down
By Eileen Sullivan

Washington Post Do people really support GOP governors sending migrants across the U.S.?
By Aaron Blake

Axios Immigration energizes midterm voters

The Guardian (Op-Ed) The US’s ‘immigration crisis’ is admitting too few immigrants, not too many
By Deepak Bhargava, Rich Stolz


KRQE ACLU: Torrance County Detention Center unsafe for migrants
By Jordan Honeycutt

KENS How often are refugees granted asylum?
By Matt Houston

AZ Central Border Patrol unprepared for end of border health rule, watchdog says
By José Ignacio Castañeda Perez

WGBH Is Massachusetts a 'sanctuary' state?
By Katie Lannan

Philadelphia Inquirer (Op-Ed) As governors bus migrants north, the immigration debate takes a disgraceful turn

Santa Fe New Mexican (Op-Ed) Stunts along the border won't help immigration system

Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Shipping of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard shows the rot of our immigration debate