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Immigration News Today: Residents Protest Migrant Shelter at Sunset Park Center

Just have a minute? Here are the top stories you need to know about immigration. This summary was featured in Documented’s Early Arrival newsletter. You can subscribe to receive it in your inbox three times per week here.

New York

Residents protest asylum seeker shelter at Sunset Park Recreation Center:

As a team of volunteers held a potluck for the asylum seekers and handed out clothing, dozens of residents voiced anti-migrant rhetoric and protested the temporary shelter at Sunset Park. — CBS News

Around the U.S. 

Killing of Native American man stirs anger at Border Patrol:

An autopsy report shows three Border Patrol agents fatally shot Raymond Mattia nine times. His death has stirred up long-running resentments over the federal agency’s presence on the Native American territory. — The New York Times

Immigrants, refugees in Minnesota increasingly filling critical direct care jobs:

Foreign-born workers, including recent immigrants, are an increasingly important recruitment target for state and local agencies struggling to meet demand for workers in “caring careers.” — MPR News

Naturalization ceremony transitions 26 immigrants to U.S. citizens: 

The citizenship candidates came from 13 countries: Australia, Bolivia, Canada, China, Colombia, Hungary, India, Ireland, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Russia and the U.K. — KDRV

Marchers support bill for DHS to grant resident status to long-term immigrants:

ALMAS Libres organized the 40-mile march from Petaluma, California, to downtown San Francisco. About 100 people are making the hike. — CBS Bay Area

Washington D.C.

ICE flights reached Title 42 levels and exceeded Title 42 pace at the end of July:

In July there were 565 total ICE flights, 99 of them removals. Meanwhile in June there were 670 total flights, of which 122 were removals. — Witness at the Border

Efforts to impeach DHS Secretary Mayorkas losing steam in House GOP:

Centrist Republicans warn that voting to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas without proof of wrongdoing could mean the party loses the House next term. — POLITICO

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