N.C. County Sets Sights on 'Deportation Hub' Deporting illegal immigrants could become a source of revenue for one part of North Carolina. Alamance County has enrolled in a federal program that pays it to deport undocumented immigrants who have criminal records.
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N.C. County Sets Sights on 'Deportation Hub'

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N.C. County Sets Sights on 'Deportation Hub'

N.C. County Sets Sights on 'Deportation Hub'

N.C. County Sets Sights on 'Deportation Hub'

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Deporting illegal immigrants could become a focus for one North Carolina county. Alamance County has enrolled in a federal program that allows it to deport undocumented immigrants who have criminal records.

Jessica Jones reports for North Carolina Public Radio.