Daily Immigration News Clips – September 7, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 7, 2021.


New York Times Afghans With Ties to U.S. Who Could Not Get Out Now Live in Fear
By Adam Nossiter

New York Times Americans Stretch Across Political Divides to Welcome Afghan Refugees
By Miriam Jordan and Jennifer Steinhauer

Axios Afghanistan feeds U.S. immigration crisis
By Stef W. Kight

The Hill Afghan arrivals pose new challenges for resettlement agencies
By Christine Miu

The Hill Mayorkas: Afghanistan evacuation 'will not end' until all US citizens, allies resettled
By Rafael Bernal

Reuters California bill seeks to halt prison-to-ICE deportation pipeline
By Daniel Trotta

Washington Post In Schumer’s Brooklyn neighborhood, and in migrant communities across the U.S., hopes that the Senate majority leader can deliver immigration reform
By Maria Sacchetti

Roll Call Intraparty squabble casts shadow over Democrats’ fiscal agenda
By Lindsey McPherson

NBC News How immigration policy became 'crimmigration' — and the racial politics behind it
By Raul A. Reyes

Associated Press Migrant caravan broken up again in southern Mexico
By Marco Urgate

New York Times As Migrants Surge Toward Border, Court Hands Biden a Lifeline
By Natalie Kitroeff

Wall Street Journal Rapes of U.S.-Bound Migrants Make a Treacherous Route Even More Dangerous
By Kejal Vyas

Politico Biden mulls ‘lite’ version of Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy
By Anita Kumar

The Hill Migrant caravan leaves southern Mexico, headed to US
By Olafimihan Oshin

LA Times Biden vowed to close a border migrant camp, then a worse one emerged under his watch
By Molly Hennessy Fiske

Washington Post What Biden can do for migrants stuck in Mexico (Op-Ed)
By Sister Norma Pimentel

Entrepreneur 3 Ways to Be a Better Advocate For a Startup Visa
By Tahmina Watson

Washington Post The Afghan exodus is an opportunity for America (Opinion)
By Hugh Hewitt

The Hill One great foreign policy shortcoming: Mexico (Op-Ed)
By Albert Hunt

The Hill Congress must pass immigration reform to ease America's labor shortage (Op-Ed)
By Eduardo J. Padron

Newsweek This Labor Day, Let's Honor Immigrants With a Pathway to Citizenship (Op-Ed)
By Marielena Hincapie


Tampa Bay Times Five Florida university presidents support a pathway to citizenship for Florida’s Dreamers (Op-Ed)
By David A. Armstrong, Grant H. Cornwell, George L. Hanbury II, Mike Allen and Jeffrey D. Senese