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Immigration Archives

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    Jan
    24

    Would Employment Go Up if NC Adopted Alabama's Immigration Enforcement Law?

    Posted in Economics, Immigration By Francis De Luca | Tagged , , ,

    Immigrationreform.com has a post about the dramatic drop in the unemployment rate in Alabama since they adopted HB 56, immigration reform legislation, in late August. Ever since Alabama began implementing its immigration enforcement law, H.B. 56, in late September, the state’s unemployment rate has been dropping like a stone. In just the first month the […]

  2. 2
    Dec
    12

    As North Carolina Weighs Illegal Immigration Law Changes, Supreme Court Takes Up Arizona Immigration Case

    Posted in Immigration By Neal Inman | Tagged , ,

    In a judicial session that will already be considering  Obamacare's constitutionality and Texas's redistricting efforts, the Supreme Court has announced that it will be considering the constitutionality of Arizona's controversial immigration law. Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona had asked the court to hear the case after the 9th Circuit of Appeals found several pieces of the […]

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    Oct
    13

    Immigration Committee, Now?

    Posted in Immigration, Legislative Activity, Politicians & Politicking By Bob Luebke | Tagged , ,

    The Legislature has formed a new committee. The House Select Committee on the State’s Role in Immigration Policy was established earlier this week to address state immigration policy and enforcement.  Co-Chairs of the new committee will be Rep. Frank Iler (R-Brunswick) and Rep. Harry Warren (R-Rowan).   The committee will be made up of six Republicans […]

  4. 6
    Aug
    19

    How Many Murderers Will Obama's Amnesty for Illegals Let Stay?

    Posted in Immigration, Public Safety By Francis De Luca | Tagged , ,

    In an earlier post Neal talked about the latest attempt by the Obama administration to grant illegals amnesty. What he did not discuss was the very real and deadly consequences this can have. In the President's world breaking the law to enter the United States illegally is not really a crime, especially if you are […]

  5. 3
    Aug
    19

    Obama Adminstration Ends Many Illegal Immigrant Deportations: A 'Backdoor Amnesty'?

    Posted in Immigration By Neal Inman | Tagged , ,

    From the New York Times: WASHINGTON — The Obama administration announced Thursday that it would suspend deportation proceedings against many illegal immigrants who pose no threat to national security or public safety. The new policy is expected to help thousands of illegal immigrants who came to the United States as young children, graduated from high school […]

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