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Immigration News Today: Queens Students Suspended After Targeting Jewish Teacher

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

Outside Randall’s Island tent shelters, immigrants cook to sell or share:

Shelter residents and volunteers had seen increased enforcement around cooking and vending at the site, including officials confiscating canopy tents and other equipment. — City Limits

DOE suspends Queens HS students after raucous response to Jewish teacher’s pro-Israel post:

“Many of the students who were running and jumping had no idea what was even going on,” Schools Chancellor David Banks said at a press conference. — The Gothamist

Corona Plaza vendor market in Queens set to reopen Wednesday — with far fewer vendors:

The market will host 14 vendors at once, up to 10 of whom can sell food, far fewer than the more than 80 who once were there. — The Gothamist

Around the U.S.

Group helping immigrants get education, adjust to U.S.:

George Sehi, who lost family in an Iranian earthquake, founded Women Walking West to assist foreign-born women in the U.S. — Spectrum News 1

Immigration-related high-speed chases lead to more deaths in Texas, report finds:

Human Rights Watch found that 74 people, including seven bystanders, have died in high-speed chases related to Texas’ Operation Lone Star immigration enforcement over 29 months. — NBC News

Washington D.C.

“Metering” at the border: Asylum-seekers sue over Trump, Biden border policy:

A federal appeals court hears arguments in a lawsuit challenging the “metering” policy at the U.S.-Mexico border, which limits daily asylum claims. Critics argue it violates asylum rights. — USA Today

(Opinion) Here’s a deal to restore asylum, and order, at the border:

Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans has viable border policies. The country should move beyond the efforts to harden the border to create new doors into it. — The Washington Post

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