Daily Immigration News Clips – September 9, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 9, 2021.


Reuters Former immigration judges: appellate review crucial to fix errors
By Daniel Wiessner

BuzzFeed Immigrant Children Were Burned With Scalding Water And Threatened At An Emergency Shelter, A Whistleblower Said
By Adolfo Flores

Washington Post Democrats confront numerous hurdles as they work to advance $3.5 trillion economic package
By Tony Romm

CNN Economists urge Democratic leaders to pass immigration revamp in budget reconciliation bill
By Priscilla Alvarez and Daniella Diaz

Politico Dems to make the case for immigration reform in $3.5T spending bill
By Marianne Levine

The Hill More than 700 local officials call for immigration in reconciliation bill
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Democrats to make pitch Friday for pathway to citizenship in spending bill
By Jordain Carney

Border Report Activists, local officials press Democrats for immigration reform in spending package
By Julian Resendiz

New York Times Afghans Flee to Pakistan. An Uncertain Future Awaits.
By Zia ur-Rehman

Wall Street Journal Biden Administration Seeks New Law to Ease Afghan Refugees’ Path to Green Cards
By Michelle Hackman and Siobhan Hughes

Courthouse News Service (Op-Ed) There is no immigration crisis

Wall Street Journal A Man for All Seasons of Border Chaos (Op-Ed)
By James Freeman


Santa Fe New Mexican Coalition pushes to legalize undocumented immigrants in economic recovery bill
By Daniel J. Chacón

LA Times Why did so few Latinos identify themselves as white in the 2020 census? (Op-Ed)
By Manuel Pastor and Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo