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Supreme Court ruling on immigration law gives guidance to states

During the past couple of months we have mentioned that the outcome of a highly important immigration case before the Supreme Court could have a significant effect on the North Carolina General Assembly's attempts to create state immigration legislation. The General Assembly now has its guidance as the Supreme Court released its opinion today on Arizona's own immigration law.

New immigration rules could help younger people avoid deportation

For a number of young illegal immigrants living in North Carolina, temporary relief from the threat of deportation may be right around the corner. Under immigration rules announced in an executive order created by President Obama, immigrants who meet particular criteria may be able to work and live in the United States for a period of two years, with the possibility for extension after the initial period expires.

Deportation review process fails to yield expected results

A few prior posts on this blog have discussed the current administration's immigration policy aimed at deporting immigrants it deems threats to public safety or national security while providing reprieve for those without criminal records. A number of immigration advocates expressed enthusiasm that the new immigration rules would prevent the deportation of many law-abiding immigrants in North Carolina and around the country when it was announced last summer.

Proposed change to immigration law could help science graduates

Over the course of our nation's history, many immigrants have come to the United States to seek prosperity that they might not have attained in their native land. And our country has thrived and advanced due to many innovations created by immigrants. Under current immigration rules, however, we are sending a significant number of bright and promising immigrants back to their home countries after they have completed their studies at colleges and universities here.

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