Daily Immigration News Clips – September 7, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 7, 2022.

National

NBC News Migrant woman who accused her manager of rape loses her lawsuit against him and Sbarro Pizza
By Julia Ainsley, Didi Martinez

The Guardian ‘Tale of two borders’: how a US Covid-era rule shapes fate of migrants
By Nina Lakhani

PolitiFact A surprising number of Americans believe these false claims about immigrants. Here are the facts
By Maria Ramirez Uribe

Border Report Large groups of migrants sent through ‘clandestine’ gap in California’s border wall, official says
By Salvador Rivera

Washington Post From border town to ‘border town,’ bused migrants seek new lives in D.C. area
By Antonio Olivo

Border Report Rumors continue to mislead migrants about asylum opportunities
By Salvador Rivera

The Hill Farmers are eager for Senate to vote on migrant worker bill
By Rafael Bernal

Border Chronicle How the GOP’s “Invasion” Fever Stokes Violence and Undermines Democracy
By Melissa del Bosque

CNN Steve Bannon expected to surrender Thursday on New York state charges related to border wall effort
By Kara Scannell

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The U.S. needs immigration, not overheated rhetoric on migrants
By Editorial Board

Local

Houston Chronicle Dozens of migrant youth have gone missing in Houston, but experts say that’s not surprising. Here’s why.
By Elizabeth Travail

Block Club Chicago As 50 More Migrants Arrive In Chicago From Texas, Residents And Immigrant Groups Step Up To Help
By Noah Asimow