Daily Immigration News Clips – September 9, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 9, 2022.


Reuters Biden admin. adopts narrower 'public charge' immigration rule
By Daniel Wiessner

Washington Post D.C. mayor declares public emergency over migrants arriving on buses
By Antonio Olivo

Wall Street Journal U.S. Expects to Use All Employment-Based Green Cards This Year
By Michelle Hackman

Bloomberg Afghan Vetting Report Fuels Resistance to Citizenship Pathway
By Ellen M. Gilmer

Associated Press Biden Administration Undoes Trump-Era Immigration Rule

Roll Call Biden administration finalizes end of Trump-era ‘public charge’ rule
By Suzanne Monyak

Chief Healthcare Executive Biden rule eases access to healthcare for immigrants
By Ron Southwick

Newsweek DC Declares Immigration Emergency as Biden Admin Loosens Immigration Rules
By Jake Thomas

Latino Rebels Grassley: ‘Broad Support’ Needed to Pass Documented Dreamer Relief in Senate
By Pablo Manríquez

Pew Research Center Republicans and Democrats have different top priorities for U.S. immigration policy
By J. Baxter Oliphant, Andy Cerda


WDET The role immigration can play in addressing Michigan’s labor shortage
By Nick Austin

Mississippi Today Advocates worry Homeland Security’s presence in Jackson may deter immigrants from seeking out water
By Mina Corpuz

Wisconsin Examiner Wisconsin sheriffs working with ICE push immigrants from jail to deportation
By Henry Redman

Star Tribune (Op-Ed) Counterpoint: What people who work in immigration law know about the border