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Immigration News Today: Half of U.S. Supports Mass Deportations of Undocumented Immigrants

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.

Around the U.S. 

America warms to mass deportations: 

Half of Americans, including 42% of Democrats, say they support mass deportations of undocumented immigrants, a survey shows. — Axios

California gets 150,000 new citizens:

They are among some 878,500 individuals who became citizens of the U.S. in the past fiscal year. — Newsweek

Kansas governor vetoes effort to help Texas in border security fight: 

Kansas’ governor said that budget provisions passed by the state legislature to support Texas improperly encroached on her power. — Associated Press 

Immigration groups propose border security framework:

The plan aims to efficiently and effectively secure the U.S. border while improving the asylum and immigration process for those entering the country. — Border Report

San Diego is now the top border region for migrant arrivals:

For the first time in decades since late last century, San Diego has become the top region along the southern border for migrant arrivals. — Los Angeles Times

New York

Migrants and advocates brace for new rules governing shelter spots: 

Adult migrants without children will soon get only one 30-day shelter stay unless they prove they have “extenuating circumstances” or have made “significant efforts” to move. — The City

Washington D.C.

Republican-led states far from the border are rushing to pass tough immigration laws:

Many of the immigration bills pushed by Republican-led states are likely to face legal challenges as immigration is a federal, not a state, issue. — The Associated Press

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