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Immigration News Today: How a U.S. Partisan Clash over Immigration Has Stalled Ukraine Aid

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

NY street vendors and store owners, sometimes rivals, find some common ground:

NYC street vendors, store owners and government officials support bills to regulate vending, but clash over changes to vending location rules and licensing caps. — The Gothamist

“It’s not the place, but where it’s located”: Immigrant families weather first weeks in Floyd Bennett shelter:

Migrants complained about the cold inside the tents, the remoteness and inaccessibility. — City Limits

Around the U.S.

In Florida farmland, Guadalupe feast celebrates, sustains 60-year-old mission to migrant workers:

This type of festival is a crucial way to integrate newcomers and make them feel at home, participants said. — ABC News

USCIS changes requirements for Form I-907 for Pending Form I-140:

USCIS is changing the filing location for Form I-907 for pending Form I-140 from service centers to USCIS lockboxes to increase efficiency and reduce costs. — USCIS

Washington D.C.

White House open to new border expulsion law, mandatory detention and increased deportations in talks with Congress:

The White House informed Senate Democrats that it could back these harsh policy changes as part of the negotiations over aid to Ukraine. — CBS News

How a U.S. partisan clash over immigration has stalled Ukraine aid:

Republican lawmakers are using the immigration issue to gain political advantage and are pushing for hardline border restrictions in exchange for increased US aid to Ukraine. — Bloomberg

(Opinion) MAGA gets the economics of immigration all wrong:

Mass deportations suggested by the MAGA movement could lead to labor shortages and economic instability. — The Hill

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