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Immigration News Today: A Thousand Migrants Slept Outside or in Subways, NYC Official Survey Says

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

Their asylum case seems strong. But instead of hope, they feel despair:

Fleeing political persecution in Guinea, a family has been evicted from a New York City homeless shelter, questioning if they should have ever come. — The New York Times

A thousand migrants slept outside or in subways, NYC official survey says:

Despite the winter weather, more migrants have been sleeping on the streets, in subways and in shelters set up by outside groups. — THE CITY

Around the U.S. 

Border security remains bipartisan concern in Texas:

Most Democrats still oppose Gov. Greg Abbott’s strict enforcement measures, but increasing numbers are starting to support these kinds of policies, a survey found said. — ABC News 

Chicago closes 4 migrant shelters amid lull in arrivals:

Amid a seasonal decline in border crossings, four shelters in Chicago’s North Lawndale and on the North Side accommodating some 400 individuals were shut down. — Chicago Sun Times

(Opinion) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s unconstitutional, anti-immigrant stunt must be rejected by the courts:

A columnist argues a judge must invalidate Senate Bill 4, which would mandate Texas law enforcement arrest anyone they believe entered the country illegally. — Los Angeles Daily News

Washington D.C.

U.S. expands visa restrictions on transportation operators over migration:

The restrictions will target companies providing transportation services for people migrating “irregularly” to the U.S. — VOA News

(Interactive) Worried about immigrants overwhelming the U.S.?

Take this quiz to test your knowledge about immigrants in the U.S. — Washington Post

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