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Sign Up For Cable TV, Get Deported?

"A woman in Alamance County [North Carolina] who was trying to get cable service ended up in handcuffs instead. Now, she could be deported. It happened when Lorena Yanez-Mata walked into the Time Warner Cable office in Burlington to sign up for cable service. The documents she turned in to Time...

Congressional Pressure Brings Stay of Deportation for North Carolina Teen

Anne Blythe, News & Observer, Mar. 20, 2016 - "The planned deportation of Wildin Guillen Acosta, a Riverside High School student, was put on hold Sunday to give attorneys a brief window to appeal an immigration judge’s decision from late Friday. Acosta, a 19-year-old native of Honduras...

NC Woman’s Deportation Order a ‘Symbol of Everything Wrong With the Immigration System’

Tina Vasquez, Rewire, June 21, 2017 - "For the past eight years, Minerva Cisneros Garcia has checked in regularly with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. But on April 23 everything changed for the mother of four children, who is being forced to leave her home of 17 years by bus on June 28. .....