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Immigration News Today: NYPD Violently Arrests Pro-Palestine Protesters in Brooklyn

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 police violently arrest pro-Palestine protesters marking Nakba:

Several demonstrators at a pro-Palestine protest in Brooklyn were arrested as they spoke against the war on Gaza. — Al Jazeera

Demand for IDNYC cards increased during migrant influx:

NYC Council members offer their offices for IDNYC sign-ups to meet rising demand from asylum seekers. — City and State New York

They thought graduation was near. Instead, several immigrant students in NYC were pressured to transfer:

The staffers suspect students were pressured to transfer because students not graduating this school year due to their English proficiency would harm the school’s four-year graduation rate. — Chalkbeat

Around the U.S.

Death of migrant at U.S.-Mexico border sparks fear in those seeking passage:

The migrant dead on Sunday was between 30 and 35 years old. The cause of death is still under investigation. — News 4 San Antonio

Advocates for immigration condemns new rule on Caribbean asylum seekers:

The new docket program “would impact people who have fled political and humanitarian turmoil in their home countries, potentially leading to unfair deportation without adequate due process,” Murad Awawdeh, New York Immigration Coalition’s president and chief executive officer said. — The New York Carib News

Washington D.C.

How Trump’s first term may have laid the groundwork to make his radical immigration agenda a reality:

Certain travel bans by Trump in 2017 sparked protests and legal challenges, defining his chaotic early administration. Later upheld by the Supreme Court, it shaped stringent immigration policies. — CNN

(Poll) Abortion access finds wide support, but inflation and immigration concerns boost Trump in Arizona and Florida:

A majority of voters in Arizona believe Biden is “too easy” on immigrants, a recent CBS News poll shows. — CBS News

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