Immigration

Law
8:45 am
Tue July 3, 2012

Undocumented Immigrant Seeks Trial

An undocumented immigrant that interrupted a state House hearing in February wants his case heard in Wake County Superior Court.

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State of Things
9:57 am
Wed June 20, 2012

Zones of Contention

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

The border between the United States and Mexico is a hotspot of political controversy. Concern over illegal immigration led to the construction of a wall separating many border communities and further dividing the U.S. from its neighbor to the South. A new exhibit at the Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro examines the border.

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Politics & Government
7:20 pm
Wed February 29, 2012

State Lawmakers Continue Immigration Meetings

State lawmakers are continuing a series of committee meetings on immigration. Representatives of the home building, construction and farming industries spoke to lawmakers today.

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Health
10:30 am
Fri February 24, 2012

Immigrant Health Theories Questioned

Duke researchers say the reasons for a decline in health among recent immigrants may be more complicated than health experts thought. Duke Sociologist Jen'nan Read says researchers may have been drawing the wrong conclusion from data showing that immigrants arrive in the U.S. healthy and then become less so.

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Politics & Government
4:10 pm
Wed January 25, 2012

State Lawmakers Consider Immigration

Lawmakers in Raleigh listened to presentations today about the impact of illegal immigration on North Carolina.

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Education
5:10 pm
Fri July 15, 2011

Feds: Student Visas Falsified at UNC-Charlotte

A federal prosecutor has charged a former administrator at UNC-Charlotte with falsifying visa records so that international students could stay in the country illegally.

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Arts & Culture
4:55 am
Tue February 8, 2011

Natives Leave When Immigrants Move In

A new study made available today sheds light on the phenomenon of neighborhood segregation. Kyle Crowder, a sociology professor at UNC Chapel Hill, conducted the research along with two others:

"Despite all of the talk about progress towards equal opportunity for everyone in gaining access to neighborhoods, there’s still a lot of evidence that native-born blacks and native-born white householders tend to move away from neighborhoods that have high concentrations of immigrants."


Crowder says people of different races typically leave for different reasons.

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Politics & Government
3:40 pm
Fri December 17, 2010

DREAM Act Gets No Support From Senators

The U.S. Senate may take up the DREAM Act tomorrow. The immigration reform bill aimed at students is likely to be opposed by both North Carolina senators.

The Dream Act is a bi-partisan bill first introduced in Congress in 2001. It passed the U.S. House last week  It allows the children of illegal immigrants to attend college or enter the military, with the opportunity to pursue a path to legal citizenship. 

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