Daily Immigration News Clips – September 8, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 8, 2021.


Washington Post White House asks Congress to pass emergency funding for disaster aid, Afghan resettlement as well as spending bill to avert shutdown
By Jeff Stein

The Hill Manchin would support spending plan of at most $1.5T: report
By Celine Castruonovo

Axios Scoop: Manchin backs as little as $1 trillion of Biden's $3.5 trillion plan
By Hans Nichols

Roll Call White House seeks over $30B for disaster aid, Afghan refugees
By Paul M. Krawzak and Jennifer Shutt

Politico Blinken: Taliban not blocking departure for U.S. passport, visa holders
By Quint Forgey

The Hill Biden asks for funding to help bring 95,000 Afghans to US
By Rebecca Beitsch

Axios Poll shows big majority of Latinos oppose Newsom recall
By Russell Contreras

Newsweek After 2 Decades, Now is the Time for Citizenship for Dreamers (Op-Ed)
By Gaby Pacheco

Washington Post Virginia is proud to be the new home for many of our Afghan allies (Op-Ed)
By Ralph Northam

The Hill Afghan refugees need and deserve legal status in the United States (Op-Ed)
By Mark Hetfield and Eric Schwartz


Colorado News Line House reconciliation package would provide path to citizenship
By Ariana Figueroa

News on 6 (Tulsa) Dreamers In Limbo As COVID Pandemic Slows Down DACA Program's Process
By Ashley Holden

NBC San Diego Asylum-seeker demonstration briefly shuts down portions of California border crossing
By Salvador Rivera

Indianapolis Star 'It's like we're in a cage': Indiana man in ICE detention seeks to be reunited with family
By Natalia E. Contreras

Boston Globe Americans are embracing Afghan refugees. But the risk of backlash is all too real. (Editorial)
By Editorial Board

Reno Gazette Journal Why Congress shouldn’t squander this chance to protect Dreamers (Op-Ed)
By Gustavo Velasco