North Carolina and Immigration

"All counties and municipalities were required [by H.B. 36] to begin using E-Verify. . .The law also requires private businesses to use E-Verify for new employees, but exempts any 'seasonal temporary employee who is employed for 90 or fewer days during a 12-consecutive-month period'."

- Jon Feere, Legal Analyst

"I am concerned about criminal illegal aliens within my community that commit crimes. I know there is a prioritization of criminal. . .offenses that ICE looks at. But in my county alone in the past year, we’ve arrested 42 people, and 90 percent of these people were arrested for driving while impaired offenses."

- Sheriff Sam Page, Rockingham County, North Carolina