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Immigration in North Carolina
State Fact Sheets
- New Americans in North Carolina: The Political and Economic Power of Immigrants, Latinos, and Asians in the Tar Heel State
- North Carolina: Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Innovation, and Welcoming Initiatives in the Tar Heel State
- North Carolina District 2 - Representative Renee Ellmers
- North Carolina District 6 - Representative Howard Coble
- North Carolina District 9 - Representative Robert Pittenger
- North Carolina District 12 - Representative Mel Watt
- North Carolina District 13 - Representative George Holding
For Congressional districts in other states, visit our District-by-District page.
Fact Sheets and Reports
- AIC Executive Director Ben Johnson's Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee (IPC Perspectives, March 2013)
- Legalize Who?: A Portrait of the 11 Million Unauthorized Immigrants in the United States (IPC Fact Check, January 2013)
- Falling Through the Cracks: The Impact of Immigration Enforcement on Children Caught Up in the Child Welfare System (IPC Fact Check, December 2012)
- Latinos in America: A Demographic Overview (IPC Fact Check, April 2012)
- Latinos in North Carolina: A Growing Part of the State's Economic and Social Landscape (IPC Perspectives, March 2012)
- The Impact of E-Verify on North Carolina’s Economy (IPC Fact Check, July 2011)
- The Unauthorized Population Today (IPC Fact Check, March 2011)
- Arizona is Not the First State to Take Immigration Matters into their Own Hands (IPC Fact Check, May 2010)
- Citizenship by the Numbers (IPC Fact Check, September 2009)
- U.S. Latinos Slammed by Immigration Debate Gone Ugly (IPC Fact Check, October 2008)
- Local Immigration Enforcement Harms Community Policing and Public Safety (September 2013)
- How States And Local Economies Benefit From Immigrants (July 2013)
- Why Are Some Still UnDACAmented? (April 2013)
- Pro-Immigrant Measures Make Gains At The State Level (March 2013)
- Immigration Policy in the States: A Roundup (March 2013)
- A Much-Needed Spotlight on Families Ripped Apart by Deportations (December 2012)
- Agriculture Industry Harmed by Restrictive State Immigration Laws (September 2012)
- SB1070-Inspired Activity Continues in the States (August 2010)
- NC Candidate for Governor Trashes Immigrant Voting Bloc (October 2008)
- NC Sheriff Steve Bizzell Trashes Immigrants (October 2008)
For information on other states, visit our interactive map.
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