Daily Immigration News Clips – September 27, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 27, 2021.

National

CNN Biden administration takes new steps to preserve Obama-era DACA immigration program
By Priscilla Alvarez

NBC News Biden in a bind on the border: 'The politics finally got the better of their policy'
By Alex Seitz-Wald

Associated Press Texas border crossing where migrants made camp to reopen
By MarÍa Verza and Juan Lozano

Reuters Biden Condemns Border Agents Who Mistreated Haitian Migrants

New York Times Biden Condemns Border Patrol Treatment of Haitian Migrants as Expulsions Continue
By Katie Rogers and Michael D. Shear

CNN Climate change is intensifying the US border crisis. It will only get worse
By Rachel Ramirez

LA Times Biden calls Haitian migrant crisis ‘an embarrassment.’ Advocates say racism at root
By CINDY CARCAMO, ANDREA CASTILLO, MOLLY HENNESSY-FISKE

BBC News Haitian migrants at US border: 'We've been through 11 countries'
By Will Grant

The New Yorker The U.S.’s Long History of Mistreating Haitian Migrants
By Edwidge Danticat

The Guardian ‘They treated us like animals’: Haitians angry and in despair at being deported from US
By Joe Parkin Daniels

Miami Herald Last of Haitian migrants cleared out from Del Rio, Texas, camp, DHS chief says
By JACQUELINE CHARLES, BRYAN LOWRY AND MICHAEL WILNER

Associated Press Biden risks losing support from Democrats amid Washington gridlock
By Steve Peoples

Politico Facing a heap of defeat, progressives stake hopes on spending bill
By MARIANNE LEVINE, NICHOLAS WU and SARAH FERRIS

Politico Democratic coalition cracks under immigration strain
By Sabrina Rodriguez

The Hill Progressives seething over Biden's migrant policies
By Hanna Trudo

The Hill DHS secretary: We are working in a 'completely broken' immigration system
By Joseph Choi

The Hill Mayorkas defends Biden policies on migrants in tense White House briefing
By BRETT SAMUELS AND REBECCA BEITSCH

CNN Mayorkas: About 4,000 migrants in Del Rio have been expelled under Covid-19 public health rule
By Priscilla Alvarez and Chandelis Duster

The Hill Republicans criticizing Afghan refugees face risks
By MORGAN CHALFANT AND REBECCA BEITSCH

The New Yorker Trapped in Afghanistan
By Jonathan Blitzer

Associated Press Haiti's leader: Migration won't end unless inequality does
By Jennifer Peltz

Associated Press Haitians heading to US change plans, ready to wait in Mexico
By Marcos MartÍnez ChacÓn

Associated Press Back in Haiti, expelled migrant family plans to flee again
By EVENS SANON AND DÁNICA COTO

CNN Trump's new interviews and appearances show that a storm is brewing
By Brian Stelter

Washington Post (Editorial) Opinion: Immigration reform is back at square one. But the way forward is clear.

New York Times (Opinion) The Mendacity of Joe Biden
By Charles M. Blow

New York Times (Opinion) Democrats Face a Reckoning With Themselves
By Michelle Cottle

New York Times (Opinion) Can Joe Biden Recover?
By Ross Douthat

Washington Post (Opinion) Opinion: Some of Biden’s troubles come with the territory. But the buck still stops with him.
By Colbert I. King

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Blinken Blindsides an Ally in Guatemala
By Mary Anastasia O’Grady

LA Times (Opinion) Column: The U.S. sees itself as a white knight (emphasis on ‘white’)
By LZ GRANDERSON

Washington Post (Op-ed) Biden is continuing the U.S. pattern of saying Haiti’s woes aren’t our problem
By Jonathan M. Katz

The Hill (Op-ed) Senate parliamentarian strains to block long overdue immigration reform
By CECILIA MUNOZ

Local

Statesman Journal Effort could create a path to citizenship for undocumented Oregon farmworkers
By Dora Totoian

WITF 400,000 immigrants in Pa., N.J., and Del. up for citizenship imperiled by setback in Congress
By Laura Benshoff and Chris Barrish

Chicago Sun Times Senators Durbin, Padilla push immigration reform in Little Village visit
By Cheyanne M. Daniels and Lynn Sweet

San Antonio Express News (Editorial) Editorial: Biden's Hypocritical and Inhumane Treatment of Haitian Migrants

San Diego Tribune (Editorial) Opinion: Texas situation puts spotlight on immigration. Issue’s complexity must not be ignored.

Lansing State Journal (Op-ed) DACA recipients want to contribute more to their communities, need path to legal residency
By Brenda Pilar