Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – June 21, 2024

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 21, 2024.


CNN ‘My feet have not hit the ground yet’: Why Biden’s words stunned this New Jersey woman
By Catherine E. Shoichet

Associated Press Immigrant families rejoice over Biden’s expansive move toward citizenship, while some are left out
By Valerie Gonzalez, Juan A. Lozano

Voice of America Afghan evacuees in limbo: Humanitarian parole leaves 1,000s facing uncertainty in US
By Munaza Shaheed

Washington Post Biden plans Latino organizing, advertising push around Copa América
By Michael Scherer

Washington Post New voters aren’t what Biden gains from his action on noncitizen spouses
By Philip Bump

FOX News Fox News Poll: Voters approve restrictions on asylum seekers as Biden cuts into Trump’s edge on immigration
By Victoria Balara

Axios Poll: Latino voters trust Trump on immigration over Biden
By Russell Contreras

McKnights Senior Living Immigration policy could be boon for long-term care providers
By Kathleen Steele Gaivin

Ethnic Media Services How Would Trump’s Immigration Plan Change the U.S.?
By Selen Ozturk

Reuters Trump says foreigners who graduate from US colleges should get green cards
By Alexandra Ulmer, Gram Slattery

New York Times Trump Says He Would Give Green Cards to All Foreign College Students at Graduation
By Chris Cameron

CNN Trump says he wants foreign nationals who graduate from US colleges to ‘automatically’ receive green cards
By Kate Sullivan

MSNBC (Op-Ed) Biden is learning a hard lesson that could make or break his campaign
By Julio Ricardo Varela

CNN (Op-Ed) Biden’s very smart move on immigration
By Jill Filipovic

New York Times (Op-Ed) How Marco Rubio Could Cost Biden the Election
By Michael LaRosa

Newsweek (Op-Ed) Families Belong Together. Thank you President Biden for the Relief for Immigrants
By Raul A. Reyes


Block Club Chicago Here’s What ‘Dreamers’ Need To Know About Biden’s Plan To Help Immigrants Become US Citizens
By Alex V. Hernandez

Wisconsin Public Radio Immigrants rights advocates, Madison chamber, say Biden’s actions address state labor shortage
By Joe Schulz

Milwaukee Independent President Biden’s Sweeping Immigration Plan Would Grant U.S. Citizenship To Spouses Without Legal Status