Daily Immigration News Clips – September 6, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 6, 2022.

National

NBC Farmers push for immigration reform to counter labor shortages and rising food prices
By Safia Samee Ali

Associated Press No longer young, ‘dreamers’ uneasily watch a legal challenge
By Amancai Biraben, Adrian Sainz

New York Times Biden Administration Has Admitted One Million Migrants to Await Hearings
By Eileen Sullivan

CBS News 'He is manufacturing a human crisis': Lightfoot rips into Texas governor after dozens of migrants bused to Chicago
By Sabrina Franza, Marissa Parra

Associated Press ‘Tale of two borders’: Mexicans not seen at busy crossings
By Elliot Spagat

PBS News Hour Pecan farmers on Texas border get caught in immigration enforcement battle
By Acacia Coronado

The Conversation (Op-Ed) Legal work-related immigration has fallen by a third since 2020, contributing to US labor shortages
By Jose Ivan Rodriguez-Sanchez

Local

Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott’s migrant busing program is what asylum advocates wanted all along
By Stephen Neukam

WDJT Voces de la Frontera urges Biden to deliver on his promise to expand protections for immigrants
By Daniela Prizont-Cado

Wisconsin Public Radio UW-Madison center offers resources to immigrants living without documentation across the state
By Courtney Everett

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Op-Ed) This Labor Day, consider the immigrant
By Thomas Wenski