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Illegal immigrants guilty of sex offenses

Guilty pleas Wednesday for two illegal immigrants, charged with sex offenses in Pender County.

New court in Charlotte to handle illegal immigration

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.

NC community college board to discuss immigrants

Hispanic leaders say they're excitedthat North Carolina community college officials will discuss this week whether to admit illegal immigrants to degree programs.

NC officials reverse college admissions policy for illegal immigrants

videoThe state now says illegal immigrants will be prohibited from pursuing degrees at North Carolina community colleges, at least until state officials figure out whether a mandate passed six months ago to enroll illegal immigrants violates federal laws.

Federal government approves illegal immigrant crackdown

The double-barreled effort includes hitting companies harder in their bottom line when they hire illegals. And it means bringing border security into the 21st century.

Nonprofit gets federal OK to help immigrants pursue citizenship

An organization in Charlotte that helps Latinos learn English and understand the U.S. legal system can now help immigrants pursue citizenship.

UNC considers charging illegal immigrants in-state tuition

The University of North Carolina system is considering whether to offer undocumented immigrants in-state tuition at its 16 university campuses.

Push on immigration issue shows its value to Republicans

Attorney General Roy Cooper's office says it will review a new policy requiring community colleges to admit illegal immigrants.

NC attorney general asked to review college enrollment policy

A candidate for North Carolina governor wants Attorney General Roy Cooper to weigh in on a new policy that requires community colleges to admit eligible illegal immigrants.

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