This week in immigration news – June 10, 2021

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Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status

The Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision on Monday saying that immigrants who have temporary protected status—a humanitarian visa given for immigrants fleeing their home country due to circumstances such as natural disasters—cannot receive green cards in the United States.

‘I keep subscribing to live in the United States’: Two generations of DACA remain frustrated by a dream deferred

As a new generation of young people enroll in the DACA program, they hope for a solution in the form of permanent legislation.

AOC condemns Kamala Harris for telling Guatemalan migrants not to come to U.S

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized the vice president’s comments, saying that requesting asylum at the U.S. border is a legal method of arrival, and that the United States has been involved in destabilization in the region for decades.

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