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Axios, Newly naturalized citizens could sway elections in key states 

Univision, Estados Unidos tiene más de cinco millones de nuevos ciudadanos desde 2016, revela un informe 

La Opinión, Urgen a nuevos ciudadanos votar contra retórica de Trump y sus candidatos

The Houston Chronicle, Hundreds of thousands of Texas’ newly naturalized citizens could swing upcoming elections

NPR, Dreamers Reflect On 10th Anniversary of DACA 

PolitiFact, Courts are still debating the legality of DACA 

KPBS, UC San Diego professor awarded for immigrant rights work 

The San Diego Union Tribune, UCSD professor Tom Wong wins national civil rights award 

The New York Times, Supreme Court Grants Temporary Reprieve to Biden Immigration Policy

The New York Times, One Brother Got DACA, One Didn't. It Made All the Difference. 

KQED, After Texas Court Ruling, What's the Future for Young Immigrants and DACA Recipients?

KQED, After Texas Court Ruling, What’s the Future for Young Immigrants and DACA Recipients?

Center for American Progress, RELEASE: Immigrant Essential Workers Who Lack Permanent Legal Status Have Earned a Pathway to Citizenship, Says CAP’s Tom Wong in Congressional Hearing

The Washington Post, President Biden Delivers Remarks On The June Job Report, Hold Naturalization Ceremony In Which 21 Immigrants Will Become US Citizens 

Politifact, Border surge of minors is due to numerous factors, Biden policies among them

USA Today, Rep. Henry Cuellar, one of Biden’s Harshest Critics on the Migrant Surge, Urges White House to Listen to Border Towns

AAPI Victory Alliance, RELEASE: AAPI Victory Alliance Announces New Advisory Board Members

Committee on the Judiciary, The Essential Role of Immigrant Workers in America

NowThis via Twitter, These activists have been fighting to designate a neighborhood in Anaheim, California, as ‘Little Arabia’ for more than 10 years — here’s why the COVID-19 pandemic helped reinvigorate the effort

FOX News, Washington Post analysis insists there's no migrant 'surge', calls it 'usual seasonal increase'

Voice of San Diego, Border Report: The Three Factors Behind What's Happening at the Border

Time, What to Know About What's Happening to Unaccompanied Minors at the Border

Voice of San Diego, Bonus Podcast: Stop Calling it a Surge

Time, The Number of Unaccompanied Children Arriving at the U.S.-Mexico Border Doubled From February to March

ABC, What the data says about the situation at the southern border and stories of refugees in Tijuana

San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego Convention Center to shelter first 500 migrant girls this weekend

WNYC, A Predictable Time at the Border

Washington Post, The migrant ‘surge’ at the U.S. southern border is actually a predictable pattern.

LA Times, Latinx Files: The trouble with the border ‘crisis’

Boston Globe, Once again, thousands of children have come to the border. So much for a new day on immigration

San Diego Union Tribune, Migrant children could arrive at San Diego Convention Center by the weekend

ABC7, Asylum seekers stranded at border in Mexico face threat of violence

ABC, What's happening at the U.S.-Mexico border right now?

Washington Post, Why Kamala Harris’s New Immigration Assignment Could be a Big Deal

NewsWeek, Joe Biden's Reversal of Trump's Border Ban on Solo Children Increases Cartel Profits

KQED, Biden's Overhaul of U.S.-Mexico Border Policy Faces Early Challenges

NBC San Diego, San Diego Family to Reunite After Biden's Travel Ban Reversal

Bloomberg, Border Agents Release Migrants in U.S. in Shift From Trump

Washington Post, When local police cooperate with ICE, Latino communities under-report crime. Here’s the data

The Dallas Morning News, Once Maligned, Immigrants Deemed the Pandemic’s ‘Essential Workers’ May Find a Citizenship Path

KQED, President Biden Proposes Path to Citizenship For Nation's Undocumented Immigrants

TIME, DACA Has Been Fully Reinstated. Here's What That Means for the Thousands of People Who Qualify for Protection From Deportation

Time, Biden Has Promised to Undo Trump's Immigration Policies. How Much Is He Really Likely to Reform?

CNN, They're not allowed to vote. But they're racing to make sure you do

NBC News, Asian American vote carries newfound weight in swing state N.C.

Los Angeles Times, Trump’s immigration changes will affect California long after he’s gone

NBC News, 250 Asian American and Pacific Islander elected officials, leaders announce Biden endorsement

The San Diego Union Tribune, New report shows a third of San Diego’s essential workers in healthcare, food are immigrants

The New York Times, One Brother Got DACA, One Didn’t. It Made All the Difference.

The San Diego Union Tribune, Children Learn Computer Coding as Asylum-Seeking Families ‘Remain in Mexico.’

Voice of San Diego, Border Report: Tijuana Shelter Is Teaching Migrant Children to Code

The San Diego Union Tribune, Data study questions motives behind Trump immigration policies during pandemic

The Hill, Facts still matter: Data shows sanctuary cities keep communities safer

Human Rights Watch, Q&A: Trump Administration’s “Remain in Mexico” Program

AP News, Shelter data pinpoints US destinations of asylum seekers

Center for American Progress, There Is No Evidence That TPS Designations Increase Irregular Migration to the United States

Center for American Progress, DACA Recipients’ Livelihoods, Families, and Sense of Security Are at Stake This November

Center for American Progress, RELEASE: Even With COVID-19 and Changes to DACA, DACA Recipients Are Civically Engaged Ahead of the Elections, New Survey Reveals

Center for American Progress, Amid Legal and Political Uncertainty, DACA Remains More Important Than Ever

Center for American Progress, Nepali TPS Holders Make Significant Contributions to America

Center for American Progress, DACA Recipients’ Economic and Educational Gains Continue to Grow

Center for American Progress, The Effects of Sanctuary Policies on Crime and the Economy

Center for American Progress, New Study of DACA Beneficiaries Shows Positive Economic and Educational Outcomes

Center for American Progress, Results from a Nationwide Survey of DACA Recipients Illustrate the Program’s Impact

Center for American Progress, What DACA Recipients Stand to Lose—and What States Can Do About It

Center for American Progress, Statistical Analysis Shows that Violence, Not Deferred Action, Is Behind the Surge of Unaccompanied Children Crossing the Border

Center for American Progress, The High Cost of Ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

KPBS, Survey: People Living In San Diego Illegally Less Likely To Report Crimes If Police Work With ICE

KPBS, San Diego Immigration Expert Says DACADecision Is A Political Bargaining Tool

Human Rights Watch, HRW Letter to the Biden Transition Team

NPR, We're Here, We Deserve Dignity': Arab Americans Advocate For Little Arabia In Calif.

Los Angeles Times, After the pandemic, what will be left of Anaheim’s Little Arabia?

Newsweek, Joe Biden's Reversal of Trump's Border Ban on Solo Children Increases Cartel Profits

WNCT9, Majority of Southwest residents polled oppose Trump immigration policies, distrust border agents

KTAB -, 1 in 4 asylum-seekers forced to ‘Wait in Mexico’ encounter violence, study shows

The San Diego Union Tribune, Commentary: Why joining Trump sanctuary city lawsuit is a waste of local resources

NBC Miami, PolitiFact: Trump Says Some DACA Recipients are ‘Very Tough, Hardened Criminals’

Politifact, Donald Trump says some DACA recipients are ‘very tough, hardened criminals.’ That’s False

The Orange County Register, Undocumented, uninsured Korean Americans find safe havens in nonprofit clinics

The America Prospect, Dreamers Protest as Supreme Court Hears DACA Case

Voice of San Diego, Border Report: How Border Agents' Roles Are Changing

San Diego Union Tribune, Asylum seekers facing violence in Mexico are being forced back anyway, new report claims

The Guardian, He was undocumented. Now he's exposing detention center abuse

The Washington Post, The other humanitarian crisis under Trump, exposed by a new report

CBS News, Don't blame Flores Agreement for migration wave, attorneys and experts tell court

Los Angeles Times, Opinion: Every aspect of America’s asylum system now seems broken

NBC San Diego, UC San Diego Study Highlights Conditions at Migrant Shelters Along Border

U.S. News & World Report, 5 things you should know about Trump's latest legal immigration crackdown

ABC News5 things you should know about Trump's latest legal immigration crackdown

Washington Post, Who’s behind the law making undocumented immigrants criminals? An ‘unrepentant white supremacist.’

Teen Vogue, How Activists Can Fight Back Against Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

The Guardian, Does Donald Trump believe his bizarre bluster on immigration?

People, Everything to Know About the Sanctuary Cities Where Donald Trump May Have Detained Immigrants Live

Dallas News, She didn’t apply for DACA. Now she and thousands of Dreamers are heading toward limbo

Washington Post, Virginia's Largest County Could be Next to Help Undocumented Immigrants Fight Deportation

Vox, The Trump Administration Reportedly Wants to Try Family Separation Again

NBC News, DACA Is Really Helping Young Immigrants. But Are They Too Afraid, Unsure To Renew?

The Marshall Project, In Trump Country, ICE May Chill Immigrants’ Crime Reports

USA Today, Donald Trump Immigration Policy Puts Rural America In Danger

Vox, New Evidence Suggests Trump’s Border Crackdown Isn’t Just Cruel — It’s Likely Ineffective

The Washington Post, The Myth of Immigrant Non-assimilation

The Orange County Register, Advocates Urge Santa Ana to Keep Legal Defense Fund for Undocumented Immigrants

Center for American Progress, DACAmented Law Students and Lawyers In the Trump Era

Center for American Progress, The 7 States Suing to End DACA Would Be Harmed by a Victory in Court

Center for American Progress, How 287(G) Agreements Harm Public Safety

KPBS, Survey: People Living In San Diego Illegally Less Likely to Report Crimes If Police Work With ICE

The Washington Post, Sanctuary Cities Don’t ‘Breed Crime.’ They Encourage People to Report Crime

TIME, A Dreamer’s Life

ProCon.Org, Are DACA and the DREAM Act Good for America?

Vox, Here’s How DACA Changed the Lives of Young Immigrants, According to Research

NBC News, Calling DREAMers 'Lazy' is Another Example of the Trump Administration's Own Laziness

The Washington Post, Lazy? John Kelly ‘Simply Misses the Mark,’ Say DACA Advocates

Vox, Trump Chief of Staff: Immigrants Who Didn’t Apply for DACA Were “Too Lazy to Get Off Their Asses”

FactCheck.Org, Trump’s Misleading DACA Boast

CNNPolitics, What We Know About Who Is Enrolled In DACA

FactCheck.Org, The Facts on DACA

FactCheck.Org, Trump’s Mistake on DACA

The Atlantic, Pushing Out Immigrants Isn't About the Economy

PolitiFact Texas, Julián Castro Says Nearly All DACA Recipients Employed, In School or Serving In Military

The New Republic, Anti-sanctuary Armies

The Atlantic, Will DACA Parents Be Forced to Leave Their U.S.-citizen Children Behind?

Center for American Progress, TPS Holders Are Integral Members of the U.S. Economy and Society

Center for American Progress, What Ending DACA Means for LGBTQ Dreamers

El Tecolote, What Deferred Action Has Achieved and What We Stand to Lose

CNN Money, These Dreamers Started Businesses. Will They Have to Leave Them Behind?

El Tecolote, Beyond DACA: How Advocates Are Fighting Back and What You Need to Know

PolitiFact, Rep. Dave Brat Claims DACA Leads to Chain Migration of Up to 4 Million. That's False

The Economist, A Dream Deferred - Donald Trump Ditches DACA

Daily Beast, 200k Kids Could Lose Their Parents if DREAMers Are Deported

AlJazeera.Com, Dreamers Left 'Vulnerable' As Trump Scraps DACA

New York Times, A Typical ‘Dreamer’ Lives in Los Angeles, Is From Mexico and Came to the U.S. at 6 Years Old

Vox, Why Ending DACA Is So Unprecedented

CNBC, Ending DACA Puts 'Dreamers' at Mercy of Congress

The Mercury News, ‘Dreamers’ Anxiously Await DACA Decision Tuesday

PRI, A Looming Immigration Law Is Hurting Houston’s Ability to Help Undocumented Residents in Wake of Harvey

Center for American Progress, A New Threat to DACA Could Cost States Billions of Dollars

CityLab, Texas Cities Haul the State to Court Over Immigration

Reuters, Up to 600,000 Immigrants in U.S. South May Have Path to Legal Status: Analysis

Forbes, America's Undocumented College Students Face Roadblocks To Employment After Graduation

PolitiFact Texas, Sally Hernandez Says Cities Labeled As Sanctuaries Have Less Crime, According to FBI Statistics

Center for American Progress, The Negative Consequences of Entangling Local Policing and Immigration Enforcement

NPR, Why Sanctuary Cities Are Safer

The Washington Post, Trump Says Sanctuary Cities Are Hotbeds of Crime. Data Say the Opposite.

CityLab, Sanctuary Cities Are Safer and More Productive

Center for American Progress, Ending DACA Will Cost States Billions of Dollars