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Immigration News Today: Supreme Court Lets Biden Admin. Remove Razor Wire at Texas Border

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

New York City set to launch ‘Department of Sustainable Delivery’:
Meera Joshi, the city’s deputy mayor for operations, said the entity will be a way to amplify the delivery industry’s positives while mitigating the negative effects. — Bloomberg CityLab

NYC kicks off annual street homeless count, keeping an eye out for migrants:

This year’s count comes as migrants face restrictions such as the 60-day shelter stay limit. — Gothamist

Volunteer shelters house more migrants as city cranks up evictions: 

Mutual aid groups, religious organizations and volunteers around the city have stepped up to help meet basic needs. But they also need more resources. — The City

Around the U.S. 

‘This is not over,’ Texas says after Supreme Court lets Biden admin. remove razor wire at border: 

“I will continue to defend Texas’ constitutional authority to secure the border and prevent the Biden Admin from destroying our property,” Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wrote on X. — CNN

Caravan of migrants from Honduras headed toward the US dissolves in Guatemala: 

Migrants with documents could continue on as they can travel freely among Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and El Salvador, while those without the necessary documents returned. — ABC

Washington D.C.

Is Trump’s deportation plan for undocumented immigrants realistic?

Trump’s plan to deport millions of undocumented immigrants is not feasible because of constitutional rights, logistical challenges, and the potential impact on democracy. — Forbes

McConnell says immigration talks in ‘quandary’ as Trump lobbies Congress to kill deal:Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell reportedly said bipartisan immigration talks may have created intraparty feuding that has ended all hopes of reaching a deal. — CNN

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