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    A victory in North Carolina!

    Supporters of ALIPAC:

    This is historic!

    We are pleased to announce that North Carolina can now be added to the list of over 30 states that have passed state laws restricting illegal immigration.

    To be perfectly honest, we did not originally expect our Battle for NC efforts to manifest in any legislation this session. The most we had hoped to accomplish was to show the public who was responsible for our illegal immigration crisis on the state level. We have achieved that and much more than we had originally hoped!

    We are pleasantly surprised that we have emerged with four very important pieces of legislation in the 2006 short Session.

    One, NC Licenses will now require a valid social security number thus blocking illegal aliens from getting licenses in NC if the law is properly applied.

    Two, starting Jan 1, 2007 all new hires in state government must be screened for legal presence or citizenship. The school systems have till March of 2007 to implement this change.

    Three, the technical corrections bill (S 1523, page 18.) authorizes our local and state police to begin enforcing immigration laws!

    Four, HB 1896 places new laws in place regarding human trafficking!


    We are sending a second, corrected copy of this announcement as we just received word about the last two laws. The end of session is a hectic time where a lot happens in a short period of time. We are still clearing the smoke to see where we are at on this effort.

    With these 4 new laws, the message is being sent today in North Carolina "Illegals Go Home!"

    The Paul Revere Riders event with Frosty Wooldridge went great today and ALIPAC supported their event, took them to dinner last night, and fueled up all of their gas tanks on the way out of town today.

    There are many more details to share and a full report with all of the details will be sent to you shortly. This short note is just to announce our victory in NC.

    It is an absolute fact that YOUR calls, letters, and e-mails made this happen. The full report will explain more about your impact.

    A year ago, when ALIPAC defeated the In State Tuition for Illegal Aliens Bill, I told the media "This is just the beginning." Our promise was true and we have shown that today.

    We have beaten incredible odds through our efforts. We blew our horns and the walls came down!

    When we file our full report on the passage of HB 1942, local enforcement of immigration laws, human trafficking and the increased license security, I will make them this promise anew "This is just the beginning!"


    William Gheen
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    Could the tide be TURNING!!
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    Yea!! One step at a time...
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    Woot, good job !!!!

    Now, if we could pass the following to all N.C. employers: "Two, starting Jan 1, 2007 all new hires in state government must be screened for legal presence or citizenship. The school systems have till March of 2007 to implement this change.

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    Dear William ,
    Thank you very much for your hard work and your love for the country -

    God bless Americans , Legal residents and everyone who follows the laws and lives the honest life - this is my mantra to repel the powers of evil - one by one - lol
    " Do not compromise yourself . You are all you've got ." -Janice Joplin .

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    We did better than we knew! Please read the updated copy above. We also got local enforcement and new human trafficking laws in the final minutes of the session!

    W
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    Bravo W. and Bravo ALIPAC activist. It is such a good feeling when you see your hard work rewarded by the passing of these bills! We will just have to do this for each state that puts these kind of immigration bills forward. If the Federal government continues to refuse to enforce their own immigration laws and to secure the border, state and local government and US citizens will just have to do the job they won't do, for them.
    Build the dam fence post haste!

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    Immigration reforms approved by the NC Senate: 2005-2006

    Provide greater enforcement of immigration laws. As a response to the federal government's failure to enforce immigration laws, the Senate approved allowing state and local law enforcement agencies to give their officers the authority to investigate, arrest and detain illegal immigrants. (SB 1523)

    Strengthen driver's license security measures. The Senate voted to eliminate the use of the Individual Taxpayer ID Number (ITIN) as a valid identification document for driver's license applicants. The Internal Revenue Service, which issues the ITIN to taxpayers but does not verify their lawful presence in the United States, has cautioned states against accepting this federal document as proof of identity for driver's licenses. (SB 602)

    Prohibit state government from hiring illegal immigrants. State agencies will be required to check a federal database to verify that newly hired employees are authorized to work in the United States (SB 1523). In addition, the budget provides funds to hire legal staff in the Office of State Personnel to make sure North Carolina is in compliance with federal laws regarding the employment of foreign nationals. (SB 1741)
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    That's great!!! Hope more states follow suit. Thank you W!!!
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    Now there's something to show our lawBreakers.
    TIME'S UP!
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    Why should <u>only</u> AMERICAN CITIZENS and LEGAL immigrants, have to obey the law?!

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