287(g) Program

The 287(g) program is an agreement between local law enforcement agencies and Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) that gives local law enforcement the authority to enforce immigration law. Six counties (Alamance, Cabarrus, Gaston, Henderson, Mecklenburg, and Wake) and one city (Durham) in North Carolina are in partnership with ICE through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA).

Access to Higher Education

For the last couple of years, the North Carolina Community College System has constantly changed its stands on whether or not to admit undocumented students. In the spring of 2010, the NC Community College Board of Directors gave a step forward by voting to allow undocumented students to enroll in any of the 58 NC Community Colleges with specific restrictions. In order for an undocumented student to enroll in a community college she/he:

Youth Advocacy & Civic Participation

Youth Advocacy & Civic Participation
The Youth Advocacy and Civic Participation component works to foster advocacy, civic participation and engagement of Latino youth at local, state and national levels and emphasize the
importance of young Latino representation in the political process. Youth learn about their role in social change and how to be participatory members in their community by engaging in civic

Editing Menus



To edit a menu you simply hover over the menu box and click on the gear that appears. Then you select "list links" to get a list of the links or "edit menu" to edit the menu description.

Once you're in the list of the links you can drag and drop the menu items to change their order. You can also add new links by clicking "Add link" at the top.

Info Page

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How to add a webform

1. Hover Content in the admin navigation at the top of the page, then hover over Add Content and select Webform.
2. Give the webform a title (i.e. Contact us, Let us know your suggestions, Tell us who you are, etc)
3. Add the content that you would like to appear in the body. This is like an introduction to what the webform is. (i.e. We're always looking for suggestions. Sound off and let us know how you feel...etc)
4. Click 'Save'.
5. Once you click save, you'll go to the form components, which is a page overlay.


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