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Immigration News Today: Trump Says Some Undocumented Immigrants Are “Not People”

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

NYPD ousts vendors selling Islamic goods just before Ramadan:

NYPD ordered Bangladeshi street vendors in Jackson Heights to leave, who are now struggling to make a living just before Ramadan. — The City

Around the U.S.

Haitian migrant in Massachusetts charged with raping a teenager:

Cory B. Alvarez, a Haitian migrant in Massachusetts, is charged with raping a disabled teenager living in a state and federal program for migrant families; ICE has lodged an immigration detainer. — The New York Times

How Ohio Republicans are weighing their Senate choice:

Ohio Republicans are considering three Senate candidates, weighing factors like Trump’s endorsement, immigration, and candidates’ policies, as they decide who to vote for in the primary. — NBC News

Migrants buying cars to make a life in Chicago:

Migrants in Chicago are increasingly driving without licenses, facing rising arrests for traffic violations, as they struggle to build new lives in the city with difficulties in getting work permits. — Chicago Tribune

Washington D.C.

(Opinion) Stop with the lies about “criminal immigrants”:

President Biden and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene clashed on immigration at the State of the Union, highlighting false narratives and complexities around immigration policy and discourse. — Chicago Sun Times

Trump says some undocumented immigrants are “not people”:

At the rally, Trump also warned it will be a “bloodbath for the country” if he is not elected. — Washington Post

U.S. considers Guantanamo Bay facility for Haitian migrants:

As the number of interdictions rises, with Florida deploying additional troops to the border, the U.S. is considering sending Haitian migrants to Guantanamo Bay for processing. — News Nation

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