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Around the U.S.

U.S. judge halts deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals:

The Iraqi nationals were granted preliminary injunction as the lawyers argued that they would face persecution in Iraq due to their ethnicity and religion. — Reuters

Is it easy for migrants to enter the U.S.? We went to the border to find out:

Migrants face multiple challenges migrants at the border, including a rigorous asylum process and the perilous journey many undertake in hope of a better life in the U.S. — NPR

Biden, immigration, appealing to moderates and a looming election:

Biden promised humane immigration reform, but the system remains chaotic, with record migrant crossings. Blocked bipartisan legislation complicates his reelection bid. — Harvard Political Review

Dreamers applaud expansion of health insurance access under new Biden rule:

Being eligible for the Affordable Care Act, Dreamers will be able to reap the benefits they’ve been paying for. — KSAT

New York

Preserving historical painting that depicts immigrants:

Conservator Garry McGowan restores a 170-year-old painting at the Museum of the City of New York, depicting Irish immigrants arriving in NYC in the mid-1800s. — Spectrum News

Washington D.C.

How many U.S. families could be affected by Trump’s vows to do mass deportations?

It is estimated that one in 25 U.S. households include an undocumented family member. — NBC News

The GOP’s deep generational split on immigration:

Gen Z Republicans are more likely to support more legal immigration pathways while question negative narratives about immigrants than older generations. — Axios

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