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Deportation in North Carolina
Learn about some of the most common reasons people in the United States may be removed. The commission of certain crimes could be grounds for deportation, though those crimes must fit a certain description. Additionally, failing to provide immigration authorities with updated information could land someone in hot water. Read about the removal process.

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Three impacts of immigration changes on business in the Tar Heel State
Businesses in North Carolina will likely feel the impact of recent immigration changes. This article is beneficial for business leaders and entrepreneurs in the area.

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Addressing common immigration myths
Read more on how immigrants to the United States can face discrimination and prejudice. Plus, most of the common myths surrounding immigrants can be disproven.

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How serious are employment challenges for immigrants?
Learn more about how undocumented workers often face injustices on the job. If they attempt to stand up for themselves, they may risk deportation.

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U.S. Supreme Court to hear immigration case
Read an article about the president’s executive action on immigration getting reviewed by the Supreme Court.

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Displaced people throughout the world could seek refugee or asylum status abroad
Innocent people displaced by conflict, natural disaster, persecution or for other humanitarian reasons might be able to enter America by seeking asylum or refugee status. Read on to learn more.

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Changes to DOS bulletins designed to increase immigration visa applications
This article is beneficial to anyone looking to apply for an adjustment in immigration status. It discusses upcoming changes intended to increase the number of visas issued annually.

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DACA program for young undocumented immigrants
Read an article describing the DACA program that grants two-year deferrals, including work authorization, to certain undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children and meet other criteria.

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Review of deportation finds removal proceedings for Central Americans on the rise
Those from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador compose the highest percentage of deportation hearings in the U.S. This article is beneficial to anyone facing removal proceedings.

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Do you need an immigrant visa for your significant other?
For many people, the process to obtain legal status for your significant other may seem complicated. Check out this article to learn more about the steps you need to take to obtain either CR or IR status for your spouse.
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