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Supreme Court denies Biden bid to revive DHS immigration policy
US & Canada · Washington

Supreme Court denies Biden bid to revive DHS immigration policy

58% Center coverage: 88 sources
A federal judge in Texas has blocked guidelines setting priorities for Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents. The guidelines were part of an effort to roll back the broad immigration arrest policies of the Trump administration. Texas and Louisiana filed suit to block the guidelines, which they said allowed many immigrants with criminal records to remain free.See the Story
US border encounters jump amid increased migration from Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba
US & Canada · Washington

US border encounters jump amid increased migration from Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba

64% Center coverage: 84 sources
U.S. authorities stopped Venezuelans 25,349 times in August, up 43% from 17,652 times in July. Venezuela leapfrogged Guatemala and Honduras to become the second-largest nationality. Fewer immigrants from Mexico and Central America's Northern Triangle countries were stopped.See the Story
Illegal border crossings fall in July but remain high
US & Canada · Washington

Illegal border crossings fall in July but remain high

62% Center coverage: 24 sources
Migrants were stopped fewer times at the U.S. border with Mexico in July than in June, authorities said Monday, a second straight monthly decline. Flows were still unusually high, particularly among nationalities less affected by Title 42, a pandemic-era rule that denies migrants legal rights to seek asylum on grounds of preventing spread of COVID-19. Authorities stopped Mexicans, Guatemalans, Hondurans and El Salvadorans less in July than in June. People from countries more likely to be released in the U.S. on humanitarian parole or with notices to appear in immigration court were stopped more often. Border Patrol agents stopped Venezuelans 17,603 times in July, up 34% from June and nearly triple from July 2021.See the Story

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