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Supreme Court rules on immigration matter

North Carolina residents may have heard about a Supreme Court ruling that could have an impact on immigrants convicted of crimes. According to U.S. law, an immigrant who is convicted of a violent crime is supposed to be deported. However, the Supreme Court said that the law as too vague, which made it unconstitutional. The court sided 5-4 with a legal immigrant from the Philippines who was convicted of burglary in 2007 and 2009.

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