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7008 E Wt Harris Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28215

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308 West Dixon Boulevard, Shelby, NC 28152

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1129 Patton Avenue, Asheville, NC 28806

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  • The North Carolina Community College System on Tuesday said that it would no longer admit illegal or undocumented immigrants into curriculum degree programs at its 58 colleges across the state. The announcement comes a week after the community college system received a letter from the North Carolina Office of the Attorney General recommending that the system reverse its policy of allowing illegal and undocumented immigrants to be admitted into degree programs. Community college system officials also met May 12 with officials from the Attorney General's Office, which is responsible for representing the system in legal cases.
  • Your taxes pay for the colleges. Residents pay tuition at a discounted rate due to this funding. LEGAL foreign students (temporary student visa holders) pay REALLY HIGH tuition as their parents are not supporting the school systems through taxes. This is fair. Illegal immigrants do not have the years and years of paying taxes and, by virtue of being illegals, they do not respect the government nor the system and so should not enjoy the privileges. This is not a racist statement. The plain truth is that schools are overcrowded already and students often have to travel thousands of miles from home in order to get accepted into a college. Schools in the US and Canada already limit the number of LEGAL foreign students to enable the maximum number of citizens to be educated and it is only fair that they also set restrictions as to all enrollment and refuse ILLEGAL students.
  • I would think that the illegal aliens from Mexico would make up a small portion of the students at community colleges. This ban will most likely affect more asians and arabs than other groups. If illegal aliens were banned from working and the ban enforced with severe penalties, that would make a real difference. We know where illegal aliens work but do little to stop it. Police policy typically does not include checking to see if an individual is an illegal alien. So you see, our country is not really interested in getting rid of the illegal aliens that negatively impact our health care and welfare systems. And no matter which candidate you elect for president, they are all pro-amnesty.
  • I think that it is great that states are finally taking the bull by the horns and enforcing the laws that the federal government is not - our representatives have been bought by big business and turn their backs on the burdens they create for their constituents - Thank you North Carolina for taking a stand - now for the other 49.... BTW, does anyone else think that non-residents of any type should be banned from taking anything having to do with technology that could be used against us someday when they return home?
  • I think its just Horrible I do not care what else people say... If we wanna get read of illegal immigrants we should find other ways, but going against kids and teenagers just show how COWARDS some of us can be... Guess what, If I have a bunch of kids in my classroom I would want the smartest ones to stay regardless of their situation, Going against kids it just IMMORAL AND WRONG .Period.
  • About time some state started to obey the law!
  • It's about time, Hopefully this will set a precendent. Now, we need the government to start prosecuting employers who hire illegals.
  • I think it's great, now if the other states will follow suit.
  • This is good news for America
  • I'm cool with it. After all why should we allow criminals to run free and get an education to boot.
  • Other states better follow..
  • North Carolina Moped Laws Moped Defintion vehicle with two or three wheels with a motor of no more than 50 cubic centimeters of piston displacement and no external shifting device. Legally, a moped's top speed cannot exceed 30 mph on a level surface. Although some mopeds on the market have top speeds higher than the 30 mph limit, they are illegal for use in North Carolina. If a moped does not fit the above requirements, it must be registered as a motorcycle under North Carolina law. In 2001, a change to the moped definition in North Carolina was considered, but no legal action was taken. In 2002, the North Carolina Department of Revenue changed the definition of a moped. The general assembly approved a change in the maximum speed of a moped from 20 mph to 30 mph. Moped Registration and Insurance Mopeds are not required to be registered in North Carolina nor be inspected regularly. Additionally, mopeds are not required to have liability insurance like other motor vehicles need to have. Moped License Requirements You must be age 16 or older to operate a moped on North Carolina highways or public vehicular areas, and a valid driver's license is not required Motorcycle Registration If your moped does not meet the requirements to be classified as a moped, it must be registered as a motorcycle. To apply for your vehicle title and registration you will need to obtain your North Carolina Driver's License. Registration fees include a Certificate of Title for $40.00, an Instant Title for $75.00, license plate registration fee for private passenger vehicles for $28.00, a transfer of plate fee of $15.00, and a highway use tax of 3%. The Regional Transportation Authority Registration Tax ($5.00) applies to vehicles registered in Wake, Durham and Orange Counties. Residents applying for title and license in WAKE, DURHAM and ORANGE Counties must pay an additional $5.00 for funding of the Regional Transportation Authority. During registration, among other requirements, you will have to complete Title Application (MVR-1), declaring all liens, signed in the presence of a notary. If the vehicle is less than 10 years old, you must supply an odometer disclosure statement signed by both the seller and the buyer. A Damage Disclosure Statement (MVR-181) may be required also. The minimum requirements of liability insurance for a private passenger vehicle is $30,000 for bodily injury for one person; $60,000 bodily injury for two or more people and $25,000 property damage. North Carolina law requires each company to notify the DMV when coverage has been canceled. Other Moped Rules * No person shall operate a motorcycle or moped upon a highway or public vehicular area unless the operator and all passengers thereon wear safety helmets of a type approved by the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles * A moped should travel using the right–hand side of the lane - To pass a moped, you must stay at least two feet to the left. * The same DWI laws that apply to the drivers of other motor vehicles also apply to moped operators * Stay out of traffic, as much as possible. * Do not share lanes with other vehicles. * Make sure other drivers can see you - wear light or brightly colored clothing. * At an intersection, never "squeeze" between parked cars and moving traffic. * If possible, install electric turn signals on your moped. Otherwise, be sure to use hand signals when you turn or stop. * operating motorcycle without proper license endorsement, or knowingly permitting an owned vehicle to be so operated, or violating restrictions on graduated licenses will result in a fine of at least $50. * Failure to wear helmet, or having too many passengers, on a motorcycle or moped will result in a fine from $25 to $75.
  • North Carolina Scooter Laws
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: WHAT ARE THE SCOOTER LAWS FOR NORTH CAROLINA? WHAT IS THE MAX SIZE OF A SCOOTER THAT CAN BE RIDDEN IN NC WITH OUT A LIC.?
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  • Yes look for insurance for scooter yes I have a scooter it is a 50cc with 80cc kit in hit
  • Here are two airports I fund that have United Airlines Piedmont Triad International Airport (airport code GSO) Raleigh-Durham International Airport(airport code RDU)
  • Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro/HighPoint/Winston-Salem, Raleigh/Durham, Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg, Greenville, New Bern, Jacksonville, Wilmington
  • If you really want to fly with United Airlines, they operate to Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh/Durham, Wilmington, Jacksonville, New Bern,and Fayetteville. I would fly with US Airways, for the have a hub in Charlotte, and operate more non-stop flights.
  • Try US Airways. They have a Hub in Charlotte/Douglas Int'l Airport,and are in partnership with United Airlines
  • Raleigh-Durham airport has the most United flights. There's also Greensboro/High Point.
  • CALL CONTINENTAL AND ASK THEM THEY WILL KNOW BEST BUT PROBABLY ANY WHERE ON THE EAST COAST NORTH OR SOUTH OF YOU ESPECIALLY ON CERTAIN DAYS. YOU MAY HAVE TO ADD A FEW BUCKS TO GO SOMEWHERE YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN GOING. WASHINGTON D.C. HAS A LOT TO SEE AND DO. VERY EDUCATIONAL AS WELL AS PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.SOUTHWARD I WOULD CHECK OUT SEVERAL FLORIDIAN DESTINATIONS AND POSSIBLY NEW ORLEANS. YOU MAY EVEN HAVE A SHOT AT A ROUND TRIP TO CALIFORNIA FOR A BOUT FIFTY EXTRA BUCKS. BUT THEN WHERE WILL YOU STAY AND YOUR MEALS AND ENTERTAINMENT WILL COST A BUNDLE NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO UNLESS YOU HAVE FRIENDS OR FAMILY TO STAY WITH GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY TRAVELS
  • So many community agencies exist, but they do not replace lost ID's, provide phone minutes for employers to call clients (as far as I know). It seems to me that people with jobs would not have the free time to go to food banks, and may not qualify for the programs out there. I also have a lot less compassion for people with prison or drug related problems, than the average missions seem to have. I have been running a non profit unofficially for about 8 months. It just kind of started when my daughter and I got a reputation for being helpful. Our motto is "Bridging the Gap" because there are some nice people not being served. I feel that possibly the most deserving and needy people may be the least reached. and the really good programs in our community seem to be maxed out already. Does NC need another food/clothing bank? Do you think starting another charity is a waste of time? or not?
  • ...if you are getting plenty of clients then your efforts are indeed bridging a previously unbridged gap. So that would tell you that your vision is needed. In looking at our own community I notice that there are more needy folks than our current non-profits can reach, so another organization could be helpful but only if it could find a new source of funding and donations. However, a lot of nonprofits come and go every year because it is hard to do all the paperwork, follow all the rules, avoid liability, continue to get funding, and do the actual work. Sometimes it is easier to create a project or program within another organization rather than spending your time and energy establishing a new organization. So, before you decide to create a new, separate nonprofit, talk with existing nonprofits that have goals similar to yours. If you have already done that and found that there is no umbrella organization willing to include your project, then by all means go ahead with your non-profit. This is how Jon Pratt (executive director of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits) put it in Common Ground, July/Aug ʹ01: "Establishing a new nonprofit corporation and maintaining the required administrative, regulatory, legal, and financial support can be very difficult. Funding a nonprofit on a long‐term basis is also a big challenge, especially with fundersʹ growing concern about duplication. Before you decide to create a new, separate nonprofit, we suggest that you talk with existing nonprofits that have goals similar to yours. First consider creating a project or program within another organization rather than spending your time and energy to establish a whole new entity. Many nonprofits begin and end without ever achieving their vision. Can you achieve yours without starting a new organization? 1. Become a volunteer, board member, or even a staff member with a nonprofit already active in your area. 2. Identify three nonprofits most compatible with your ideas. Explore creating a special project or initiative ‐ and negotiate your involvement. 3. Look at national organizations working in your area of interest and start a local chapter. 4. If your effort will be quite local and small, form an unincorporated association or club. Have meetings and activities, but skip the reporting requirements if your annual budget stays under $25,000. 5. If you want to finance scholarships, family emergency funds, or othersʹ activities and needs, establish a fund at a community foundation or organization. So, if you are getting clients, if no other organization will let you do the same thing through them, and if you have no problem getting funding, then by all means, North Carolina can tolerate another non-profit.
  • If you cannot find an exisiting organization that currently serves the population you intend to assist, you may want to consider starting one. A good place to look for information is the Foundation Center web site - http://www.foundationcenter.org - look under the Getting Started tab to find the information on starting a nonprofit. The IRS web site at http://www.irs.gov has an indepth section called The Life Cycle of a Tax Exempt Organization that would be very helpful for you to read/understand before proceeding. Check under the Charities tab on the IRS website, and find the link on the left-hand menu.
  • I would check with your County Clerk to register with county,especially with city fire department since you're going to transport human body parts. I would also check with North Carolina State Comptroller to see if you need a secial permit or license and what fee(s) it would entail.
  • This sounds great. However, if you raise money, you have to tell people that they can't take a tax deduction for it, as you're not a legal nonprofit. Go ahead and help people, I think that's great. Just don't misrepresent yourself.
  • Ok, so i just moved to North Carolina this year (from Florida) and i don't really like it...like at all. And since i'm 18 i figured i'd move back to Florida and just go to a college there. But if i do go back i have no definite place to live :/ .....So my plans a little... ummm "not set in stone". So, whats the easiest way to leave home without going somewhere totally clueless, without a job and possibly homeless lol...? Any info would be really appreciated :)
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  • My great grandfather is Native American from Durham North Carolina. I have some old photos to show as proof. I also look Cherokee, or Latin, but my great grandfather actually married a lady who was Russian Jewish. Are there any kind of Calpers or benefits to tribal members? Is there a way to find out which tribe I belong to and become a member? I have lived in San Francisco my whole life and I'm half Irish.
  • Oh joy! Just what the Native community needs! Another person who is only interested in their ancestry, as they think there may be money to be had from it. Of course you cannot receive any money for that. There is NO money, benefits, free college or other ridiculous myths, to be had. The tribes that do have the sustainable funding to offer their citizens some programming, have great legislation in place to protect themselves from people like you. What does a Cherokee look like? Do tell.......
  • 1. photos aren't proof. Finding your great-grandfather's name on the tribal census rolls is proof. 2. There are no benefits. No money from the government, no free college, and you still pay taxes. 3. There are no tribes or reservations anywhere near Durham, North Carolina. There are the Eastern Band of Cherokee, but they're in Qualla Boundary, on the opposite side of the state. 4. You don't belong to a tribe. Your gr-grandfather "might" have, but you have to document it first. That doesn't make YOU a tribal member, though. The Eastern Band of Cherokee can be contacted here, and you can give them your ancestors name and date of birth, and see if he was a citizen. http://nc-cherokee.com/ Bear in mind, even if he was a cherokee, that doesn't make YOU cherokee. The citizenship requirements for Eastern Cherokee are 1/16th blood ( proven with a CDIB- apply here: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/ho... AND you must be the child of an enrolled citizen, and apply for citizenship before the age of 19.
  • What does being from Durham NC have to do with anything? There is no Cherokee community there and the only intact Cherokee community east of the Mississippi is in Qualla Boundary. The Eastern Band is comprised of members who descended from the approximately 900 Cherokees that stayed in the east around the Econoluftee village and the few fullblood eastern Tennessee families that joined them after Removal (over by 1839). There are no Cherokees in the East that are NOT descended from Eastern Band. There are some people who are Cherokee descendants of those mixed blood families that stayed in the east after Removal, but to claim this descent you have to be able to link to known Cherokee families. However, these descendants are not tribally affiliated, just have distant ancestry. Finally, no...there is no money for people claiming to be "part-Cherokee." None.
  • To get anything, you have to be part of a recognized Indian tribe. Each tribe is allowed to determine who is a member of their tribe. So start by looking at tribes in the Durham area and asking if they ever had him as a member.
  • You have to determine how much native american you are. You have to get geneology records from all of your anenstors going back to him so prove it. then you have to figuer what kind of indian he was, then apply to their tribe for admittance. It's a long process.
  • i heard you only have to be 1% lol. give it a shot..
  • I live in a different state and won a $4000 judgement against someone who now lives in NC but cannot get the money from the defendent either voluntarily or through wage garnishment (illegal in NC). Want to garnish bank account but the only money the defendent says they have in the bank account is from wages. Can I still garnish? Does the defendent have to prove the funds are only from wages? I'm afraid that because the money is all wages, garnishing their account isn't possible because of the illegality of wage garnishment in NC. Is there any other way to recoup my money?
  • Retirement Accounts are exempt from most judgements, but not divorce. You can sue in North Carolina small claims court and garnish his or her wages.
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