New court in Charlotte to handle illegal immigration
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The federal government plans to open a new court in Charlotte next month to handle illegal immigration cases in the Carolinas. Judges will begin hearing cases November 4th. Cases from the region had been sent to Atlanta, but that court was bursting at the seams. Officials say last year nearly 3,000 immigration cases were heard from North Carolina and almost 500 from South Carolina. Immigration judges determine whether people charged with violating immigration laws are kicked out of the United States.

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Immigration judges determine whether people charged with violating immigration laws are kicked out of the United States. If I owe taxes I don't have to go before a judge I am forced to pay them. If I get a speeding ticket I have to pay. What is there to determine about these law breakers? Our country has been invaded and we are forced to use our tax money to determine if they leave the counry or not.
I cant belive what i just heard. If they are eleagel then give them the boot. are they crazy. still makeing the law as they go. thats the way nc law works. only inforce the laws that benafit them selves. and the hell with the people.
No ethnic profiling charges yet? How can this be? When they begin, let's hope they ask for Mexican immigration laws to be enacted for the USA. Now there are some strict immigration laws with no appeal and quick enforcement. Amazingly, no one in Mexico stands up and screams "ethnic profiling".