Daily Immigration News Clips – September 13, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 13, 2022.


The Guardian Migrants still being blocked by ‘really dangerous’ Trump-era Covid policy
By Valerie Gonzalez

CNN Border agency chief condemns retweets of ‘offensive’ comments by ex-Trump adviser from official CBP account
By Josh Campbell

Border Report El Paso approves $2 million to bus migrants out of town
By Julian Resendiz

LA Times (Op-Ed) As a ‘Dreamer,’ I’m never not afraid
By Maria Duarte


Maine Beacon Biden ends Trump-era ‘public charge’ rule targeting Maine’s poorest, most vulnerable immigrants
By Jeniffer Solis

Iowa Public Radio Iowa organizations work to help Afghans stuck in immigration limbo
By Kendall Crawford

WLRN Sundial Now: Detention By Design - the reporter’s notebook
By Leslie Ovalle, Daniel Rivero

LAist Deported 11 Years Ago, Cambodian Woman Gets Rare Chance To Return Home To Long Beach
By Josie Huang

WTHR Indiana farmers' plea to US senators: Pass immigration reform to stabilize farm costs, lower food prices
By Bob Segall

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 22091351.